It comes as no surprise to anybody who has used one that the iPad ranks among the most revolutionary personal technology tools ever invented. Learning a few tips and tricks will help you take advantage of all the features of your iPad. Keep reading for advice on how to make your iPad experience better.
Did you know that you can create folders on your iPad? To begin, tap and hold your finger on an app until it starts jiggling, drag that app on top of another icon, and then let it go. Instantly they will both merge into a folder named after their categories. You can also rename the folder easily.
You can get to all of your active apps easily on your iPad. Just double-click the Home button, and all the apps that are running will display at the bottom of the screen. You can scroll through the applications or choose one of them. Just swipe downward on your screen to remove this bar.
You will be using VPN networks if you are trying to get in contact with remote servers. To do this, go to Settings and choose the “Activate VPN” under the network tab. You will be able to put in a server address and then your user name. If you don’t have the server address, contact the network administrator.
You can easily see what apps are running on your iPad. Many of the iPad’s apps can run in the background while you do other things. Double-click Home to see what’s currently running. You will see them in a bar located at the bottom. After you have a chance to look through everything, simply swipe down and the bar will go away.
Did you accidentally start an app that is noisy? You can quickly turn the sound down by holding down the “vol -” button until it is muted. If you use the mute button a lot, you can configure the lock orientation button to function as a mute button.
If you store confidential data on your iPad, use the settings app to enable data wiping after a number of failed password entries. Doing so will completely wipe your phone after 10 attempts.
Take good care of your iPad and it will last longer. Firstly, you must keep the iPad away from the sun, and make sure it’s not locked in your car when it’s hot. Your battery will slowly start to hold less of a charge if it gets hot too much. Don’t leave your iPad anywhere that it will encounter dampness or liquids. A padded cover will offer your iPad additional protection.
Screenshots are simple to take. Just hold the home and sleep button simultaneously. The iPad will take your screenshot and store it where it stores all your photos.
Your first exposure to an iPad can leave you in awe. In order to transform your iPad from a fun toy into a truly amazing device, you need some knowledge, however. By using what you learned, you can take full advantage of all your iPad has to offer.