Do you like to game? Are you in school? Do you work a lot? Do you want to look and feel better? Expecting a baby? The iPad has apps for all of this and more! It is full of apps, but so much more. The below article has a ton of advice you can’t live without.
If your iPad holds sensitive data, a feature can be enabled that lets you erase all of that data on your device. This is only triggered if a person incorrectly inputs the password 10 times. To set this up, go to Settings. Look under General for Passcode Lock. Then, go to Erase Data.
Take Apple’s iTours to get yourself familiar with your new iPad. It is fun to have all these exciting new apps, but sometimes you could use a little help figuring out how to use them. Apple has an online video tour for every app that comes preinstalled on your device, so be sure to take a look at them.
Do you need to switch from one app to another? You should activate the multitasking gestures in the general tab of your settings. You will then be able to swipe left or right to switch apps, swipe up to see your multitasking bar and pinch your fingers if you want to access your home.
Do you have multiple users on the same iPad? You may not want them to view your online history. You can delete the browser history quickly. Open the Settings app and tap on Safari. Once Safari is open, then tap on the Clear History button. This will clear the cache and all cookies.
Make sure you set up your browser’s auto fill settings on your iPad. 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.
If your iPad turn by turn directions are too soft or loud, change them in settings. Some people may need a little extra volume for these directions, while others like them softer. No matter your need, you can make adjustments right in your iPad settings. You can even turn off the voice if you don’t want it.
If you have young children who will be using your iPad, you might want to restrict their access to mature content. Even by accident, it is easy for a child to access an inappropriate website unless you do this. Simply go to your settings, and then click on general. There you will find “enable restrictions.” Tap on this and you will find a list of restrictions that you can select from.
Put a screen protector on your iPad. It does not interfere with the visibility of the display. The screen protector protects your iPad from oils and dirt from your fingers. It is great way to prevent your screen from permanent scratches. If the protector is scratched, it can be easily replace.
Sync pages using iTunes to share documents with both a Mac and a PC. Thanks to iTunes, it’s easier than ever to share documents with a computer. It is also quite easy to send your PDF’s over the Internet and then download them from a remote system.
Use Folders. You can now put folders on your iPad. Simply press down on one icon until it begins to jiggle, and then place it “on top” of another icon. You will then create a folder that includes both of those icons. This can be a quick way to organize all of the things you have on your iPad.
You do not have to access the second screen of your keyboard if you need an apostrophe. You should instead tap and hold the exclamation point key and an apostrophe will appear for you to select. You can also make typing easier by purchasing a wireless keyboard or even a case with a built-in keyboard.
When using your iPad as a camera, you can easily change the focus and light meter with just a tap. Simply tap the subject of the photo and the iPad will automatically adjust to bring the subject in focus. This also adjusts the light meter to the area around the subject giving you a great photo.
Using your iPad in different locations means you will likely need to change the brightness setting often. Fortunately this is easy on the iPad. The normally bright screen can be dimmed by tapping the Home button twice and swiping until you see the brightness setting. You can alter the brightness and save some battery life.
Sort your apps rather than displaying each and everyone on the iPad’s home screen. Hold your finger down on the app until its icon makes a quick shaking motion. You can then drag the app and drop it on top of another app icon. You will then be prompted to create a folder. Sorting related apps into folders makes it much easier to quickly locate what you are looking for without endless swiping.
Kids need to be protected from the Internet. Go to Settings/General/Restrictions. Next, you will tap ENABLE RESTRICTIONS. Now your child is protected from exposure to age inappropriate content. Anything adult will be blocked.
Do you get annoyed by all the Wi-Fi notifications? These can easily be turned off. You can go to settings, then turn the networks join feature off. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that this means you can’t voluntarily join a network. It is still possible to do so; the only thing that will change is you will not receive continual notifications.
This article has provided you with some insight to build from. You are always going to be using your iPad, whether it is to check the weather or get tips on purchasing holiday gifts. You will discover that this device can literally do it all, which will allow you to get rid of your useless gadgets.