Battery life is typically shorter when using heavier applications like movies and games. Lowering the brightness on the screen can prolong the life of the battery. It is unlikely that you will prefer the brightest setting and the improvement will be worth it.
The iPad is a wondrous gadget. It lets you type, sing along, record yourself, draw pictures, and even more. However, if you do not know what you’re doing, you’ll never do all these things. Keep reading to learn more tricks for iPad owners that want to get the most out of it.
It easy to access the currently running apps on your iPad. If you double-click on the Home button, it will show you all running apps in a bar on the bottom of your screen. You may switch to another running app, just by tapping that app in that bar. Just swipe your finger down to get rid of the bar.
The newest iPad supports folders. To start, just tap and hold the tap on your desired application, drag that app on top of another icon, and then let it go. This will combine the applications that you have into a folder with both apps. You can then rename this folder.
When you get your iPad it is set to only show the first two lines of any given message in the preview mode. You may want to be able to see more content. Navigate to Settings and select Mail. Choose Contacts>>Calendar, and then select the number of lines you’d like to preview for Mail.
Soft resets can fix your iPad if it freezes. This will prompt your device restart. If you would rather just close down the application that you are in, hold your home button down for several seconds.
It can be irritating hearing a chime every time you get an email on your iPad. This can be turned off! Just select your Settings button and then General after that. Tap on the Sounds option. Here, you can turn off your New Mail sound or adjust its level.
It is possible to shift away from using Google as the search engine, from which the iPad defaults. You can do this by going to the settings, selecting Safari and choosing Search Engine. You will have the option of changing your search engine to Bing or Yahoo if you find them to be more preferable than Google.
Be watchful of all the apps that are running on your device. A lot of iPad apps on your tablet can keep running while you work on other things. Double-click the Home to see what’s currently running. The apps currently running will appear in a bar at the screen’s bottom. Swipe down to get rid of the bar when you finish.
If you want to use the copy and paste feature on the iPad, you can click it and drag to select text. Next, tap ‘copy,’ switch to a different app, then tap again and hold down. A menu will pop up and you should tap on paste. If you want to copy and paste a paragraph, you will need to click the area four times.
Are you annoyed by how often your iPad asking you to become part of a Wi-Fi network? Then go to settings and eliminate the possibility. Go to Settings and opt for the Wi-Fi tab. Choose it and you won’t be bothered with incoming invites.
Most people use iTunes, but many are overlooking some great features. One interesting function is iTunes U. The U stands for university. You can enjoy educational podcasts regarding professional and academic subjects.
You don’t need not press the camera roll icon found in the bottom left corner to look at a picture or video you have just taken. Just swipe to see your photo or picture you just took. Swipe in a continuous motion to see prior photos.
Decide if you would would like the lock key act as a mute for the sound of your device or lock the orientation. Remember that earlier versions of the iPad did not offer this capability. If you have not yet upgraded, you should download the iOS 4.3 version as soon as possible. You are able to turn down the volume by holding in the button.
You now know how to use your iPad in a variety of ways. Keep all of these tips in mind and be sure to share them with loved ones who also have their own iPad. When you are more informed, you will have the ability to help others and feel good about it.
Use the notification settings feature. If you’re using many apps, you’ll be seeing many alerts. Go to Settings/Notifications to control them. That way, you are able to manage the apps that alert you and disable app notifications for those you don’t really use. That keeps alerts to only the most important notifications.
Originally posted 2014-02-06 13:07:37.