The iPad is not all hype – while everyone wants one, or at least thinks they do, there is a lot to be said about iPad ownership beyond the prestige it brings. You can store recipes on it, listen to music, watch videos and more, and the below tips will help you get the most out of your iPad. Keep reading to learn more.
Apple always examines all of their apps before showing them on the store. This means that you can generally trust the quality of the item you will receive. However, you should at least give a cursory look at the reviews of previous user; this can be done directly from the store.
If you find that your iPad is freezing, soft reset it to make the device reboot. Hold both the home and power buttons to get your device to reload. Your device will then restart. If you would rather just close down the application that you are in, push down on the home button instead.
Did you know that when you are charging your iPad on a flat surface, it can take a while for the battery light to appear? Don’t panic! Plug it in and wait for a bit. The charging symbol will eventually appear and your iPad has been charging the entire time.
Be watchful of all the apps that are running on your iPad. Many of the apps the iPad runs are able to stay in the background when you’re doing other things. Click your Home button twice to get the view of all apps that are open. The apps which are currently running appear in the bar located low on your screen. Swipe your finger in a downward motion to close the window.
If you are irritated by repeated request to join other Wi-Fi networks, get into your settings menu and change it. Opt out of the Ask To Join setting. By selecting that, you’ll no longer receive all of the invites.
Are you constantly annoyed by the AutoCorrect on your iPad? Try this trick in the future. After you finish typing your word, tap on it in the suggestion’s area. That will ensure that you get what you typed instead of the AutoCorrect suggested word that automatically gets inserted when you hit a space.
Know how to take a screenshot with your iPad. Simply depress the Power and Home buttons simultaneously for just a second. A photo of your screen’s contents will automatically appear in your photo folder for easy access. Be careful not to depress the buttons too long, however, because the device will reboot.
Do you feel distracted by seeing the battery charge percent icon on your iPad screen? It’s simple to turn it off. To begin, open Settings. You will find Usage under General. This allows you to turn off the battery percentage notifications.
Whether you want to learn how to cook by watching videos on it or even teach others by using its camera, or maybe you want to do something completely different, the ideas in this article will get you started. Put them to use to ensure your iPad provides all you desire. Good luck!