Simple iPad strategies take this from a fun little gadget into a real working machine. People can use the iPad for everything from their personal life to their business life, and success comes with knowledge. Read on to find some simple tips on making the iPad everything it’s meant to be.
To create folders on an iPad is easy. Simply hold your finger over an application icon until it starts jiggling. Once it starts jiggling, you simply drag and drop it on another application icon. The iPad names the application at the time it is made; however, you can rename the folder to your liking.
The percentage of battery you have left is rarely accurate. You can turn this feature off by going to the general tab in your settings and tapping on usage. You will then be able to turn off the battery percentage feature. Your iPad will display a battery with a certain level of power without calculating a percentage.
Are you constantly annoyed by the AutoCorrect on your iPad? Try this trick in the future. After you finish typing your word, tap on it in the suggestion’s area. That will ensure that you get what you typed instead of the AutoCorrect suggested word that automatically gets inserted when you hit a space.
You can take screenshots of what you are doing on your iPad. Press the home button and then the sleep/wake one. A screenshot will be taken instantly and saved into your photo gallery. You can then email these screenshots to your friends to show them the different features of you iPad.
Your iPad will not charge through a USB port unless you have a high power port. High power ports are usually found in the back of a desktop computer and most laptops do not have one. This also means that USB docks will not charge your iPad unless you own a powered dock.
To add your Google Calender to your Calender app, you’ll need to go into your Mail, elect Contacts, and then choose Calenders. Select Add an Account, then tap Other. Select “Add CalDAV” and enter the credentials you use for your Google account. Then exit the settings appplication. Next, tap your calendar app. You should all be there.
Just open new pages within a new tab to maintain the previous one. If you use Safari, tap the link and hold it until the menu option becomes visible. You will be given the choice to open the website of choice in an additional tab in the pop-up menu.
Change the passcode on your iPad. You automatically are prompted for only a four-digit password. However, this is not as secure as you would like since this not only gets you into your iPad but also is used to encrypt your data. Therefore, go to Passcode Lock under your General Settings and turn off Simple Passcode. After that, you will be able to make the password any length you like using any keyboard characters.
Whether you want to use it for cooking, health reasons or even for work, the iPad can do it all. If you have a need for it, you just have to seek out advice on making it work for that situation. When you continually learn, you’ll find you never tire of your tablet and its use.