The iPad is a great tool for folks of all ages. It’s great for kids to play games or do homework and for adults to keep shopping lists or create presentations for work. The features and functions of the iPad are almost limitless. Keep reading to find out what you can do with your iPad right now.
If you wish to access servers remotely, you need a VPN connection. If you have a need to connect your iPad through a VPN connection, you need to enable the VPN feature available through Settings and Network. At that point you just input the information that is requested, including treh server address. If you don’t know what the address is for the server, talk to the network administrator.
You may need to reboot the iPad with a soft reset if it freezes. Hold down both the power and home buttons for a few seconds. This will cause the iPad to restart. Whenever you need to force the closure of an app, you can do so by holding down your device’s home button for several seconds.
Know which apps are running on your iPad. Most of the time, an application can remain open while you surf the Internet or attend to other business. Double clicking the Home button will let you know everything that is currently running. The currently running apps will appear on a bar. This will be located at the bottom. When you are finished with this area, swipe down and the bar will be gone.
Did you accidentally launch an app that makes a lot of noise? Press and hold the button used to turn down the volume, and the device will mute automatically. If you need it often, you can set it up so your lock button can also work as a button mute the iPad.
Don’t use the iPhone charger for the iPad if you don’t have enough time. The iPad carries 10 watts as opposed to just 5 watts for the iPhone. If you use your iPhone charger for your iPad, it will take forever to charge. Use the original charger instead.
Having your iPad chime every time you get an email can quickly become annoying. Are you aware that this can be turned off? Tap on “Settings”, and then select “General”. Tap on the Sounds option. You may turn off the New Mail sound, or lower its volume.
If you want your Google Calendar feature on the iPad, go into “mail” then “contacts” then “calendars.” Switch to Add An Account and then tap the Other button. Hit your “Add CalDAV” icon and add in the relevant Google information. Then exit the settings appplication. Next, tap your calendar app. There you have it!
Access your email and phone numbers by setting up FaceTime. The email that was used to set up the iPad will be used by default on FaceTime, but it is possible to add others. Go to the settings of your iPad and add the email addresses and phone numbers you want to see on FaceTime.
To copy and paste quickly on your iPad, try tapping and holding the text you want, then choosing Select. Then click Copy, go where you want to paste, then tap again. Again, a menu will come up, this time tap “paste.” To select full paragraphs, you must tap a total of four times.
You can listen to music on your iPad, but are you aware you can also listen to podcasts? Podcasts are radio programs that last anywhere from two minutes to two hours on any subject you’re interested in. If music is something you have had enough of lately, give some podcasts a try. Since podcasts encompass a wide variety of topics, you’re sure to find one which interests you.
Copy and pasting is another great feature that the iPad offers. Press at the beginning of the text and choose Select. Tap once again, and you’ll see that the text is highlighted. Choose copy after this. You can paste, then, by pressing, then holding, and choosing “paste”.
With these tips in your mind, are you ready to use your iPad fully? Try out some of its amazing features to see what can really be done with one. The more you find out about the functionalities of the iPad, the more helpful this device will be in your day-to-day life.