Working with an iPad can seem overwhelming, especially when there are too many functions to choose from. Don’t feel overwhelmed; just build on your knowledge of how to use the device! The following article will provide some simple tips to help you get your feet wet in using this wonderful device.
Did you know that you can create folders on your iPad? Just drag on app onto another one to create a folder. This will combine the applications that you have into a single folder. You can easily rename this folder.
Did you know that when you are charging your iPad on a flat surface, it can take a while for the battery light to appear? Don’t panic! Plug it in and wait for a bit. The charging symbol will eventually appear and your iPad has been charging the entire time.
One of the great things about the iPad is that it allows you to quickly check your email. If you receive a large volume of emails throughout the day, it may actually be draining your battery. The device is configured to check for new messages frequently and automatically. Instead of setting it to notify you of new messages every few minutes, go into the Mail, Contacts and Calendars settings to adjust the frequency of mail checks.
Do you have an Apple TV? You should be able to stream some of the content stored on your iPad to this TV. Open the content on your iPad while you are next to your Apple TV and wait for the Airplay icon to appear. If you tap it, your content will be sent to your TV.
Here is a quick tip to finding text on a page with your iPad. When you are in Safari, type your search word into the Google box. This will give you a list of suggestions. Near the bottom of these suggestions you will see “on this page” and tap on it to show the word on the page you are viewing.
Get a screen protector for your iPad before you begin to use the device. While the screens on the iPads are of very high quality, they can still be damaged relatively easily if they are not protected. The smallest grain of dirt rubbed across the screen with your finger can result in a large scratch.
Performing multiple app updates at the same time can slow down your iPad and make it difficult to get anything done. You can alleviate this by pausing apps and forcing them to update one at a time instead of all at once. Tap the icon of the app that is updating to pause it. When one is finished, you can allow another one to finish updating.
As you have just read, when you know how to use your iPad, you won’t feel as overwhelmed. There are many things your iPad knows how to do, but you may not know how the function works. This makes it imperative that you apply all you’ve learned from this article for optimal results!