This article contains several tips to help iPad users of any level. It can help a beginner to get started with an iPad and help an experienced user to really maximize every second they spend with their tablet. Read through this article and you will be enjoy your experience even more.
Streaming, gaming, or music can cause battery life to deplete faster. By tweaking the brightness of your iPad screen, you can make the battery last longer. You probably won’t even miss using the brightest setting.
Never leave your iPad in a hot car or any similar environment. The intense heat saps devices of battery power. Exposing it to extreme heat and light can affect the battery’s ability to hold a charge for long periods. This type of damage is not covered in your warranty, making this a pricey mistake.
To create folders on an iPad is easy. Simply hold your finger over an application icon until it starts jiggling. Once it starts jiggling, you simply drag and drop it on another application icon. The iPad names the application at the time it is made; however, you can rename the folder to your liking.
Keep your apps organized with the folder feature. The newest version of iOS allows users to create folders. To do this, tap and hold an app’s icon until it starts to move or jiggle. Then, drag the app until it is hovering over another app that you want in the same folder. Now just release. The iPad will automatically create a folder with both app icons inside.
If you enjoy frequently using smiley face or alternate emoticons, have the Emoji keyboard. To get this keyboard, tap settings, then General, and finally, Keyboard. Tap the international keyboards’ icon and look for Emoji. To add it, all you have to do is simply tap it. The next time you see the onscreen keyboard, it will be there.
If the battery in your iPad is fully depleted, charge it as quickly as possible. Storing the device for long periods of time with a dead battery can affect its ability to hold a charge in the future. Once per month, allow the battery to run down completely before charging it to 100 percent.
iPads are expensive, so take good care of yours. A lot of people buy iPad screen protectors. These thin, plastic sheets give your iPad’s screen extra protection. When cleaning your iPad’s screen, use soft cloths that are just barely damp. Don’t use window or household cleaners on the iPad.
If you have young children who will be using your iPad, you might want to restrict their access to mature content. Even by accident, it is easy for a child to access an inappropriate website unless you do this. Simply go to your settings, and then click on general. There you will find “enable restrictions.” Tap on this and you will find a list of restrictions that you can select from.
Unfortunately, the iPad does not have a free satellite navigation feature. However, the map’s direction features works great for driving, walking, and even bus directions. To use it, simply tap on “Directions”, found on the top left corner of the maps app, and you will be given a step-by-step guide to your destination.
You can share documents between your iPad and PC or mac by using iTunes to sync your pages. Sharing the documents you have isn’t that big of a deal anymore because there’s the ability for iTunes to work with any platform. When you also use email, you can literally send anything to the iPad.
After reading this article, do you feel like you know something new about your iPad? There are lots of little tips to use your tablet well, so make sure you continue to play with it. The best part of the iPad is that it is almost impossible to do something wrong.