The iPad has become a very popular tool for people of all ages. iPad can be a very useful item for everyone. For children, the iPad can be an educational tool and game tools and for some adults, the iPad can be an asset of their business. For more information on how to use this great gadget, read on this article.
Different lighting is needed for different environments, and you can change it on your iPad. The normally bright screen can be dimmed by tapping the Home button twice and swiping until you see the brightness setting. This setting will permit you to adjust the brightness of your screen.
Is a noisy app driving you nuts? You can quickly turn the sound down by holding down the “vol -” button until it is muted. If you find yourself needing to mute sound frequently, you may want to set up the orientation lock button to work as a muting control.
It is always a good idea to utilize the security features of your iPad, even if you don’t think you need them. You never know when you might lose the iPad, and you might have sensitive information there you do not want anyone to see.
Before showing another person how to use Safari, be sure to double-check your iPad history. Someone else could see something that you intended to be a surprise or wanted to keep private. The Safari browser will automatically load up whatever page you visited last, so be aware of this before giving your iPad to someone else.
Because iPads are not cheap, it makes sense to care for yours well. Lots of people buy iPad screen protectors. This is plastic which adheres to the screen and protects it. To clean the screen, be sure to use a lightly water dampened, soft cloth. Don’t use window or household cleaners on the iPad.
Double-clicking the home key will allow you to change open apps very quickly. Simply tap the application that you want to open up. If you want to go back to the previous app, just repeat this process.
Have you seen a bit of lag in your iPad recently? Perhaps you have set about deleting unnecessary data, but have yet to see your iPad regain its past speed. Perhaps you should transfer your pictures and media to the cloud and gain some additional free space. This trick may make your iPad as quick and smooth as it was when you first bought it.
Choose if you want your lock key to actually lock the device’s orientation or to mute its audio. Earlier version of the iPad didn’t have this feature. If you have not yet upgraded, you should download the iOS 4.3 version as soon as possible. Holding down your iPad’s volume-down button also mutes the device.
If the iPad does not charge when attached to your computer’s front, see if trying the back works better. USB ports differ in power output, and often front-panel USB ports are designed for low-power devices like keyboards and mice. If you still have trouble, try buying a separate USB adapter.
The chime on the iPad that alerts you of new email can be very annoying. Did you know you can turn off this annoying feature? Find your Settings tab, then go to General. Select Sounds under the General heading. You can stop the sound for new mail or at least turn it down.
This article should teach you some of the basic iPad functions and a couple of useful secrets for your benefit. Utilize new capabilities and see what you can accomplish. The more knowledge you gain about this technology, the more it can help make your life easier.
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