Are you interested in learning about an iPad? You’ll love your investment! That said, you need to know how to use it to the fullest. The subject of the iPad and what it can do for you is discussed here so that you can make a fully informed choice before purchasing one.
Folders are available in today’s iOS. To do this, press and hold on an app for a while, and it will start to jiggle. Then, drag the app over the top of a different icon and release. This will combine the applications that you have into a single folder. If you don’t like the label, you can rename the folder.
If you are tired of being prompted to join various Wi-Fi networks, change your settings. Go to Settings and choose the Ask to Join Network option. Select that and you will no longer be bugged by all of the incoming invites.
If you want to charge your iPad as quickly as possible, do not use an iPhone charger. Your iPad doesn’t have the same wattage as your iPhone which is 10 watts as opposed to 5 watts on the phone. If you use your iPhone charger for your iPad, it will take forever to charge. Use the charger that came with your iPad instead.
Your iPad’s default setting lets you see two lines of a new email prior to you selecting it. It can be helpful to see more of the content prior to opening. Go to the Settings and then tap on Mail. First go to MAIL. Choose CONTACTS. Then go to CALENDARS. At this point, you can adjust preview mail options to get more lines.
Shortcuts make it far easier for you to send messages. For instance, hitting your space bar two times as you type automatically inserts a period and a space. This can be a useful way of speeding up your messaging.
Taking screenshots on your iPad is quick and simple. To pull this off, just hold down both the “Home” and “Sleep” button simultaneously. Instantly, a screenshot will be taken and stored with the rest of your images.
Both your professional and personal life can be improved with the iPad. By learning what your iPad has to offer, you will be able to use it to it’s full potential. Use everything you’ve learned from this article and have fun enjoying your new iPad!