As an iPad owner, you probably know these devices are amazing. It allows you to type, record yourself, draw things, and basically whatever you want. But, if you don’t know how to use it, you won’t get far. Read on to find some helpful hints for iPad owners who just want more from their tablet.
Make sure you check out your currently running apps. You can run a lot of the apps on an iPad while you are doing other things. To take a look at all running apps, double-click the Home button. You will see them in a bar located at the bottom. Swipe your finger in a downward motion to close the window.
You can change alert notifications that you get for Wi-Fi networks with ease. You will see the choice that asks if you want to join networks. Pick that option, and you will not see notifications any longer.
It isn’t necessary to click the camera in the bottom to see the picture. Try using one finger for swiping to the right to get to your video or photo. To view other photos you have stores, swipe toward the left side of the screen.
It is possible to expand the amount of preview text you get for emails. Open the settings app, then choose “mail” on the left side. Next, tap on the “preview” setting. Select the number of lines you’d like to see. It will be easier to go through your emails if you can eliminate the unimportant ones right away.
If you fear someone might try to look at your device and read your data, it is possible to set a password so that all data will be deleted after a set number of incorrect attempts. If they don’t get it right, the iPad is factory fresh again.
By using shortcuts, sending messages is easy. For instance, hitting your space bar two times as you type automatically inserts a period and a space. This means you do not have to do it yourself manually, and you have more free time to compose messages to those you know.
Your iPad should be immediately more valuable to you, now that you’ve read the tips from this article. Just remember this knowledge, and share them all with your family and friends. The more you know, the more you can help others so you feel good, too.