Even though a lot of technology is required to create an iPad, they are very easy to use. Download some apps and you’re good to go, right? This is true, for the most part, but you can turbocharge your iPad experience if you take the time to read some simple tips.
Your folders are now supported with iOS. 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. Doing this will create a new folder, and inside you will be able to access either app, and it will automatically be named by category. Then, you can rename the folder.
It is easy to get to all the apps that are currently running on your iPad. If you click the Home button twice, you can see the running apps along the screen’s bottom. To navigate quickly to another running app, simply tap it. Swipe downwards to hide the bar again.
Are you sick of your iPad asking you to become part of a Wi-Fi network? Then go to settings and eliminate the possibility. Go to Settings and choose the Ask to Join Network option. By choosing that option, you will never again be bothered by the invitations.
If you are worried about anyone trying to get into your phone and seeing all of your private information, you can set your password to erase all data after so many failed attempts. Doing this will erase all data on the iPad whenever a person attempts to input the passcode ten times.
If you use Google Calendar and want it included within the calendar app on your iPad, then go to your Mail option, followed by Contacts and finally Calendars. Then just Add An Account, choosing Other. Choose Add CalDAV Account and enter your Google information. Once done, click the calendar app. You should see what you need.
You can now quickly mute your iPad. Originally, the mute button was not on an iPad. The iOS 4.3 allowed its users to utilize the switch-lock. Just tap and hold volume-down to quickly mute sound.
If you have bought your child an iPad and are concerned that he or she may view mature content, simply block content of this sort by changing the settings. Access the settings and set limits on the availability of mature content. You can block any material that has been labeled as having adult content and bad language.
An iPad is an amazing musical tool, but are you aware of the podcasts? These are actually radio shows that last from a few minutes to a few hours. Podcasts are a great alternative to the standard radio hits and talk show drivel. You’ll always find something of interest.
Switch on your auto brightness in order to add battery life. The iPad knows when your room is bright or dark and will adjust accordingly. This will control the power being drawn from the battery by …