Did you just buy an iPad? Do you really want to enjoy using your iPad which equipped with various features? You can do whatever you want with the iPad, the features will allow that. Be an expert in using the iPad by applying information and tips that provided by this article for you. Keep reading!
If you want to stream content with your iPad, you will have to be aware of battery life. A simple way to get more play time out of each charge of the battery is to use a low screen brightness setting. You will probably find that you do not need to use the brightest possible setting to enjoy your iPad.
You can reset your iPad if you see that it is frozen. To do so, hold the power button and home button simultaneously for several seconds. Wait for your iPad to reboot. If all you need is for an application to close, then hold down the home button. Keep it held for a second or two.
If you have safety concerns should your iPad fall into the wrong hands, set the password to delete your personal data if someone enters the wrong password over and over. If they don’t get it right, the iPad is factory fresh again.
When you get your iPad it is set to only show the first two lines of any given message in the preview mode. It might be desirable to view more before opening the email. Under Settings, tap on Mail. Go to Mail, pick Contacts and then tap Calender. Then, preview mail options to change the lines.
If you want to keep current pages open, just open new ones in a different tab. While in Safari, hold the link and a pop-up menu appears. In this menu, you’ll be able to get links opened in new tabs.
It’s very important that you know what you’re doing when you’re taking care of your iPad. For starters, be sure the iPad is never in direct sunlight. Also, don’t keep inside of a hot car. Your battery’s performance will be degraded by the heat. Additionally, never mix liquids and iPads, or else you risk damage. A padded cover will offer your iPad additional protection.
Want to be able to find your iPad if you lose it? You can go to iCloud from Settings. Insert your Apple ID. Once you do this, the bottom of your screen will flash “Find My iPad” and tap it to turn the feature on. When your iPad disappears, you’ll be able to track it on iCloud.com.
It is easy to get a screenshot of a page displayed on the iPad. Click both the Sleep and Home buttons and you will get a nice picture of your screen. It will take the screenshot and save it with your pictures.
Do mystery hyperlinks on web pages annoy you when you use the iPad to browse the web? There’s a way to see the link’s URL. All you have to do is to touch and keep your finger on the word. This reveals the hyper-linked URL.
In order to extend your iPad’s battery life, turn on the auto-brightness feature. Using this option, your iPad can adjust its lighting to match the lighting where you are. This is a good way to get more from your battery. Locate this setting in the area that is labeled “Brightness & Wallpaper”.
A double click on the iPad Home button will display all apps that are currently in use. That allows you to access a bar containing all running apps. This will allow you to easily keep track of which apps you have running, and close the ones that you aren’t using.
Using your iPad in different locations means you will likely need to change the brightness setting often. Fortunately this is easy on the iPad. The bright screen may be reduced by tapping your Home button two times and swiping it until you find the setting for brightness. This will allow you to manually adjust the brightness to fit your surroundings.
The list of tasks that are doable with iPads is quite long. It has even been made to be able to be used by people of all ages and abilities. If one is in your possession, make sure that you care for it, but also educate yourself about its full potential and possibilities. It’s amazing how beneficial this device can be to your life.
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