You can do a lot with your iPad. When you think you know it all, you certainly don’t. There are lots of things you must learn about an iPad, such as how to get and use apps. Read on!
Even if you are in a rush, don’t make the mistake of charging your iPad with the charger for your iPhone. Your iPad requires higher wattage to charge than an iPod does. If you charge the iPad with an iPhone charger, it can take double the amount of time to charge. Use the original charger instead.
Many people struggle to type on tablets, but it gets easier over time. The iPad actually has a speech recognition function. Push your Home button two times and just tap on the tiny microphone you see. When you finish speaking, press that icon again and the words will show up as text.
Using shortcuts can make sending messages easier. One shortcut is to double tap the space bar to enter a period and space after a sentence. This automatic method will save you time so you can send your friends more messages.
If you want to sync your Google and iPad calendars, go to Mail, Contact then Calendars. Click on Add Account and then Other. Select “Add CalDAV” and enter the credentials you use for your Google account. Then navigate out of settings and click on the calendar application. Now, you should be ready.
Are you being nagged by the battery charge notification? It is easy to banish this totally useless information from your iPad’s screen. At the outset, access the Settings Menu. Look under the General section to locate Usage. You should be able to figure out how to turn off the battery percentage display on this menu.
Hate having to tap the Bookmarks icon whenever you are wanting to visit your go-to sites? Turn the Bookmarks Bar on instead! Turn the Always Show Bookmark bar option on in your Settings menu.
It is really easy to make a screenshot with an iPad. Just hold the home and sleep button simultaneously. This will take a screenshot and save it with your other pictures.
The iPad is a great life-organizing tool. If you learn how to use the iPad, it can be wonderful. The iPad lets you do things that would have required separate devices with one easy-to-use gadget.