You can do a lot of things with your iPad. You may not know everything you should, but it’s not too late to get started. It’s important to know what your iPad does and how to properly find and use apps. Read below to find out how.
When accessing a remote server, your iPad uses a VPN network. The networking tab will have all of the options needed to configure a VPN and establish a connection with your preferred network. After configuration, it will request your screen-name and the address for the server. If you are unsure about the address, talk to your network administrator.
Are you finding it annoying to receive constant messages from your iPad asking if you are interested in accessing a wifi network that it has detected? This feature can be turned off in your settings. Choose the Wi-Fi tab, and the last option on the page can be turned off if you do not wish to be prompted anymore.
It is always best to read the manual of the products you buy, but the only way to get a manual for your iPad is to download it. Apple has a minimalist approach towards their products.
Do you use Google calender? Would you like to incorporate it into your iPad calender? In the Mail tab, go to contacts, then calenders. Navigate to Add An Account, and then tap Other. Select the icon ‘Add CalDAV Account, and enter your Google information. Leave the settings menu and open the calendar app. You should have everything you need now.
The iPad can perform a quick mute. There was no mute button on the original iPad. Now the lock switch can be used to mute the iPad. If you want to mute the sound, just hold down the volume-down button.
There is a way to keep your kids safe as they surf on the iPad. All you have to do is turn the parental control feature on through the settings menu. You can restrict mature films, bad language, and inappropriate content.
You can use an iPad to take care of so many of life’s common tasks. If you learn how to use the iPad, it can be wonderful. An iPad can help you combine many of the technologies you currently own separately.