Right now is a tablet with a high-tech era. Your life and your business will gain a huge advantage if you can involve the iPad in it. But of course, to be able to use the iPad to the fullest, you should know some important things. This article is full of useful tips and tricks in using the iPad efficiently. Keep reading!
You can easily access all running apps on an iPad. If you click the Home button twice, you can see the running apps along the screen’s bottom. This is a great way to switch between apps. When you’re done, swipe the screen downwards to hide the bar.
Remote servers can be accessed by your iPad through VPN networks. To make a VPN connection, go to Network and turn on the VPN feature. You are going to be prompted for both your username and the address of the server. If you are not sure what the server address is, you should contact the person who administrates the VPN network.
Have you accidentally launched a noisy app? Press and hold the volume down feature until you get to mute. If you mute often, you can set your lock orientation button as a tool to mute.
A lot of people find it difficult to type on tablets, but over time, it gets easier. There is a solution to this in the form of speech dictation on your iPad. Just double click your home button and you’ll then want to tap on the microphone icon. After you finish speaking, push that icon again, and what you’ve said will appear as text.
You need to be aware of how to properly take care of your iPad. Keeping it away from the sun’s damaging rays is rule number one, and never leaves it in a hot car. The heat will degrade a battery’s performance. Also, remember to keep your iPad away from liquids, which are extremely damaging. A cover is a wise investment for your iPad.
Do you want to eliminate the battery charge level from your iPad screen? It can be easily turned off. Start by going to Settings. From here, click on Usage which is found under the General section. Access the Usage menu and turn off the display for battery percentage.
Do you wish it were easier to access your Internet bookmarks? You should activate the bookmark bar. Start with Settings, and then choose Safari. You will see an option for always showing your bookmarks bar. Enable it to the On position.
You will find that iPads now have an easy way to be muted. There originally wasn’t a mute button on the first iPad. With the release of iOS 4.3, you have the option of locking the iPad orientation or have the sound muted. To perform a fast mute, all that you need to do is press and hold the volume-down button.
iCloud is an exceptional utility for iPad users who are always online. You can store extra information this way without it using up space in the iPad’s flash memory. Put anything that you think is important on your cloud, in addition to keeping it on your tablet.
Turning on your iPad’s auto brightness feature is a great way to extend battery life. The iPad will automatically adjust its brightness depending on the room that you are in. This setting will extend the battery life of your iPad. Locate this setting in the area that is labeled “Brightness & Wallpaper”.
Like most computers and electronics, the new iPad comes with pre-installed apps that are of no use to you. Many of these apps cannot be deleted. Put the programs you don’t use elsewhere so you can make room for the ones you do use. This wills your main page to only have the things you use often.
When taking photos, you might hold the iPad on the sides. This causes the shutter button to move, and you could wobble when you try to take the photo. Try to use the orientation lock. This allows the shutter button to easily be reached with your thumb. Once you take the picture, utilize image editor for rotating your pictures or videos.
You can use your iPad for both personal pleasure and business needs. To get the most use out of your iPad, there are a few things you need to know. Use everything you’ve learned from this article and have fun enjoying your new iPad!
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