Many people who own an iPad have but one major complaint: it’s way too complicated to figure out! If you find yourself of the same mindset with your new Apple, check out the following article. It contains useful tips and tricks on how to master your iPad quickly and use if for all its worth.
Wait until your battery is low before you begin to charge your iPad. Batteries have something referred to as memory. If you charge the battery too early, it’s memory will then record a smaller life, and this can occur repeatedly, leading to the device needing to be on the charger to be used.
Make the most of the “delete all” function that is incorporated within the iPad. For security reasons you can program the tablet to delete all your sensitive data if your password is entered incorrectly 10 times. This is a perfect feature if your tablet has been lost or stolen and you keep extremely confidential details on it.
Fed up with being asked to join different Wi-Fi networks? There is an easy way to fix this issue in the Wi-Fi Settings. Simply turn off the Ask to Join settings. You will still be able to join networks; however, you will need to go to Wi-Fi settings and join from there.
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.
Hate having to view your iPad’s battery charge percentage? This is easy to toggle off. To begin, open the Settings menu. Go to General, then Usage. Here, you can turn off the display for battery usage easily.
This a useful trick if you need to mute the sound of your iPad quickly. Just hold the – volume button for a few seconds. You can pull this off faster than trying to fumble with the volume button each time you want to mute. If you want the volume to revert back to the original level, just hold down the button again.
If your iPad turn by turn directions are too soft or loud, change them in settings. Some people may need a little extra volume for these directions, while others like them softer. No matter your need, you can make adjustments right in your iPad settings. You can even turn off the voice if you don’t want it.
Be selective about your notifications. Under the Settings menu, navigate to Notifications. Adjust the settings until you are satisfied with which apps trigger notifications and which ones don’t. This keeps you from being nagged by rarely used apps. It also keeps important notifications from being buried by less important ones.
If your like most people, the love you have for your iPad is somewhat off-set by your frustrations at learning to use it! Hopefully the tips from this article makes mastering the iPad a little bit easier for you. Once you become familiar with all that it can do, you will fall in love with it all over again!