People can’t say enough about tablets in general and the iPad specifically. If you haven’t bought one yet, you are totally stuck in the stone age. The iPad performs many functions which can appeal to different people that have different needs. Look here to this post to find some great tips to use.
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 by turned off by adjusting your iPad settings. Select Wi-Fi, and from there, you can turn off this feature.
Change your settings so that you can preview more than two lines of an email in your inbox. Go to your settings, tap on mail and change the preview settings. Change this setting to show however many lines you want. This allows you to tailor how much you’ll see in the Mail app and lets you skim through your mail more efficiently.
If you do not have a lot of time, you should never charge your iPad with your iPhone charger. The iPad uses 10 watts, while the iPhone uses 5 watts. Charging with the incorrect charger will delay the charge time. Charge your iPad with an iPad charger.
Do you want to eliminate the battery charge level from your iPad screen? It can be easily turned off. To begin, open Settings. Look under the General section to locate Usage. You will then have access to the battery percentage display and have the option to turn it off.
If you need to mute an iPad, try this simple trick. Just depress the volume button for a couple of seconds. This is much quicker than trying to adjust the volume over and over again. When ready for original volume level, simply hold the button down again.
Text can be copied and pasted on your iPad. You should tap on the sentence you need to copy, hold and tap on select in the menu that appears. Once the text is yellow, select copy. You can now paste in the text if you just tap, hold and select “paste.”
The tips that you read in this article will help you to take advantage of all that your iPad has to offer. Use them often, and you’ll have a better time with your iPad. Keep this article handy for future reference.