You will become more comfortable with your iPad to understand all of the things that it can do. Keep reading here to learn how to use an iPad better every day.
If you plan to use your iPad to stream movies, listen to music, battery life may be shortened significantly. Adjusting the brightness can help to lengthen your battery life. You’ll probably see that maximum brightness is not going to need the brightest setting to see your screen.
Do you feel annoyed when your iPad wants you to go on the WiFi available? This can be turned off if you go to the settings. Select Wi-Fi and then turn the Ask option if you want them to disappear.
Sometimes you will get a frustrating wifi-network prompt during the day. Just turn the notifications off! Just go to the tab for Wi-Fi, and there is an option to turn off the prompt. It is the final option on that page.
You may need to reboot your iPad with a soft reset if it freezes. This will prompt your iPad. If you just want to force an app to close, depress the home button by itself for several seconds.
Are you annoyed by how often your iPad asks you to become part of a Wi-Fi network? Then go to settings and eliminate the possibility. Go to your Settings and choose the Ask to Join Network option. Choose that and you won’t have to worry about so many notification.
The iPad actually has a speech dictation. Push Home twice and just tap on the microphone. When you are done talking, tap the Microphone again to turn your dictation into text.
Try a soft reset if your iPad is frozen. You can do this by holding down the power button, while at the same time pressing the home button. Hold both down for a few seconds. This will cause the iPad to restart. If you would rather just close down the application that you are in, push down on the home button instead.
Do you find it annoying to have to access the bookmark icon in order to open your saved websites? You can eliminate this by always showing the bookmarks bar on permanently. Go to your Settings screen, tap on Safari and turn on the bookmark bar.
Do mystery hyperlinks on web pages annoy you dislike when you surf with your iPad and can’t tell what will happen with a hyperlink? You can fix this problem on your iPad rather easily. Since you cannot hover over the word like you can on your computer, you’ll need to press and hold the hyperlinked word. This will show you the URL that the word will take you to.
A forum is a hard time figuring out your iPad. There are dozens of sites dedicated to learning how to use iPads. Introduce yourself and look through the forums to see if you can find things that you didn’t know about before.
Did you accidentally start a noisy app? It is easy to mute the volume on the iPad. All you have to do is hold down the volume-down key until it turns off. If you use the mute button a lot, you can configure the lock orientation button to function as a mute button.
You get to choose whether the iPad’s lock key silences your screen or mute your screen’s orientation. Remember that earlier iPads are not offer this capability. You need to have this option if you have iOS 4.3 or a higher version. You can also hold down the volume by holding in the button.
If you want your iPad battery life to last longer, reduce your screen’s brightness level.This makes great sense of you are traveling and waiting for an important email.
Make use of tabs when you are on the Internet. You need not leave the site you’re on because you wish to follow links. Hold the link rather than tapping it to see a list of options will appear. Then you can open it in a brand new tab, and the current page stays open too.
Go to settings and change them to stop the constant barrage of Wi-Fi network questions. An option that asks you if you want to join networks exists and it can be changed. Choose it and you won’t have to worry about so many notification.
You should have more knowledge of how to use the iPad after reading this. iPad’s are great creations that can be used for almost everything. All that is left for you is to put the advice above to use so that you can get the most out of your iPad.