How You Can Make Full Use Of Your Ipad At Home
Many people are often afraid of using a tablet because they feel unprepared. The Apple iPad is an incredibly simple device for any user, but it can still seem intimidating. If you are considering purchasing one, or if you recently did so, then check out these great tips about the device.
Never leave your iPad in a hot car or any similar environment. The intense heat saps devices of battery power. Exposing it to extreme heat and light can affect the battery’s ability to hold a charge for long periods. This type of damage is not covered in your warranty, making this a pricey mistake.
It is easy to access your running apps on the iPad. If you click the Home button twice, you can see the running apps along the screen’s bottom. Tap an application icon to switch to that app. In order to get rid of the bar, swipe downwards on the screen.
If you haven’t ever had a tablet before, you may be overwhelmed. The iPad is incredibly user friendly and almost impossible to screw up. Just start playing with it and see how much you can figure out alone. Even the most computer inept should be able to handle an iPad.
Fed up with being asked to join different Wi-Fi networks? There is an easy way to fix this issue in the Wi-Fi Settings. Simply turn off the Ask to Join settings. You will still be able to join networks; however, you will need to go to Wi-Fi settings and join from there.
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.
Do you have an Apple TV? You should be able to stream some of the content stored on your iPad to this TV. Open the content on your iPad while you are next to your Apple TV and wait for the Airplay icon to appear. If you tap it, your content will be sent to your TV.
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.
Auto correct is a wonderful feature on the iPad for those of use that are spelling challenge. Your auto correct feature is automatically enabled. To use it, simply hit enter as soon as you see the spelling correction pop up on your screen. This is an easy way to reduce your editing time and keep yourself from having to look up every word you spell.
Get an iPad cover as soon as possible. While the front glass is made of Gorilla Glass (a very strong material), it can still scratch. You want to protect your investment. Get a screen cover that will protect your iPad glass when you have it in your bag. This way you are sure that it is safe.
Be careful with your iPad at the beach. Sand is a pretty dangerous thing for an iPad. Not only can it get caught in the little crevices of the device, it can also easily scratch your screen where few other things can. It’s best to use a screen cover in these situations, or better yet, leave the iPad at home for your beach time.
It’s fairly easy to grab a quick screenshot on your iPad. Just hold down the Home and Sleep buttons together. Click! The photo will be taken and visible in your Photos app.
You will find that iPads now have an easy way to be muted. The original iPad did not have a mute button. The IOS 4.3 gave the choice of a lock switch to lock the iPad orientation or to mute the sound. Just tap and hold volume-down to quickly mute sound.
You do not have to save documents to your iPad to share them. Access them via the Internet and open your share menu. You will then have access to a list of all the documents you opened. Tap on the document you want to share. If you want to share an entire page, you will be able to send it as a Word document or as a PDF.
The iPad is a wonderfully portable device, but always be sure to store it correctly. Keep your iPad away from excessive heat or prolonged exposure to direct sunlight. Heat and sunlight can seriously diminish your battery life, and thereby decrease the amount of time you can use your iPad before you have to plug it in.
Even though you may not want them, security features are a smart idea. Since iPads can hold secure information, it is worth making sure that information is safe in case you lose it.
If you’d like to see a list of all apps which are running, press the home (square) button twice. All the running apps will appear at the bottom of the screen, allowing you to close those which aren’t in use by touching and holding them until they jiggle, then clicking the minus icon.
The calender doesn’t let you go from one calendar day to another by just swiping it. To look at a certain date, try using the navigation bar that is near the bottom of your screen. The current date will be blue, allowing you to easily notice it.
By understanding exactly what your Apple iPad can do, you will feel more prepared to make the right decision about it. There are countless features and apps to this interesting device. So hopefully this article pointed out a few of the interesting and hidden abilities of this user-friendly tablet.