Have you ever wanted to learn more about the iPad? You see people carry one around wherever you go. You see kids using it for school and adults using it for work. People of all ages can entertain themselves on it. If you want to learn more about what the iPad can do for you, read this article.
Is your iPad asking you permission to join wi-fi networks? You can turn this feature off by going to your settings. Open the Wi-Fi tab of the settings menu and choose the last item in the list that appears if you don’t wish to receive network prompts.
Your iPad will now support a VPN connection. You just need to configure it first. Start by going to your Settings menu. Look under General to find Network. Choose the VPN and switch that slider to On. You can then add the VPN configuration using your account details and server.
iPad Available Space
Keep an eye on the amount of downloadable space available on your iPad. After a few years of using an iPad, many people find that they go to download something they want only to find that they do not have space available. Remove unwanted apps and music from time to time so this does not happen to you.
You view two lines by default when you see new emails. Sometimes, you may want to have a larger preview. Just click on Settings and then Mail. From Mail, choose Contacts, then go to Calendar where you can change the options to preview mail.
If the battery in your iPad is fully depleted, charge it as quickly as possible. Storing the device for long periods of time with a dead battery can affect its ability to hold a charge in the future. Once per month, allow the battery to run down completely before charging it to 100 percent.
Make sure you set up your browser’s auto-fill settings on your device. Go to Safari’s Settings menu and select AutoFill. Once you are there, you can enable Safari to automatically fill forms using your contact information. You can also select an option to automatically remember your login IDs and passwords for websites you visit frequently.
When web browsing privacy is important on your device, turn on private browsing. Sometimes the things you are searching for or looking at are highly sensitive or personal, so much so that you don’t want a history. That’s ok, the iPad has you covered. You can turn on private browsing from the Safari menu in settings.
If you have some recently purchased apps from the app store you want to hide, it’s quite easy! Open up the App Store and click on the ‘purchased’ tab on the bottom of your screen. It should give you a list of apps and choose the one you wish to hide. Swipe over the app or right over it, and it should now gray out over the ‘installed’ button. A red button will pop up and you will now have the option to hide the app.
If you find the iPad to be slightly out of your budget range, then you may want to consider one from the previous generation. While it won’t have every single feature of the newest model, you can save hundreds of dollars and lose very little. This is especially true between the newest pads.
Copy and paste are no longer a feature only accessible on your home computer. With a simple tap of the button, you can select any area of text and copy it to your clipboard. When you’re ready to paste, tap the button once more and select the “paste” option. This is perfect for duplicate messages or sharing an idea more than once.
Get a warranty. You may not think that a warranty is something you need, but consider this: An iPad is not a cheap toy. It is an electronic investment and you need to make sure that you can get it repaired or replaced should you need that. A warranty can give you peace of mind.
iPad User Guide
You can find a free downloadable version of the user guide for the iPad. Go to Apple’s website and find the PDF version of the guide. You can then download and print it. It is also available as an iBook that can be downloaded directly to your iPad. Use it to assist you in learning how to fully operate your iPad.
Do the notifications join a Wi-Fi network annoy you? If you can you can get rid of it. Simply go to your settings, tap on Wi-Fi, and turn off the feature that asks if you want to join networks. Don’t worry if you would like to join a certain network. It is still possible, but you will not have to see notifications popping up at all times.
If your iPad has personal information saved, make sure that it is backed up just in case it is stolen or lost. If you’d like to take a further precaution, you can have your iPad automatically wipe its memory if a thief tries to break in. In the settings app, enable the feature that wipes the iPad after 10 failed code entry attempts under “password lock”.
Did you know you can take a screenshot on your device just like you can on a laptop or desktop? You can! To take a screen shot, press the ‘home’ button at the same time you press the ‘sleep/wake’ button. After you do this, you can find the screenshot among your other pictures.
Have you heard about the new smart covers available for your device? You can use one that utilizes magnets within your device, allowing you to much more easily power down and wake up your iPad. It fits great, looks great, and is a very useful and valuable tool for your device.
Now that you know a little more about the iPad, you can see how it can enhance your life’s daily routines. The more you use it, the more you realize how very versatile this piece of machinery can be. Talk to people who own one, and you will appreciate the potential of this wonderful tool.