Everyone has heard the hype surrounding the iPad. Some users think it is a fun device to occasionally play games on, while others use it to schedule their daily life. If you know you want to learn more about the iPad, keep reading these tips.
You can get access to remote servers by using VPN networks. If this is something that you need to do, just go to Settings, click Network, and then turn the VPN feature on. You are going to be prompted for both your username and the address of the server. Speak with a member of the network administration team to assist if you cannot do this.
Do you know what to do when your iPad freezes? It can be rebooted by using a soft reset. You can do this by pushing the home and power buttons at the same time. This will make the device restart. If all you need is for an application to close, then hold down the home button. Keep it held for a second or two.
If you are getting irritated by the amount of times that you are being asked to join Wi-Fi networks, go into your settings and change it. There is a selection in the Settings menu to disable Wi-Fi messages. Once set to no, you won’t be nagged again.
If you don’t want anyone to access your personal information, your iPad can be set to delete all data. If a person hasn’t found your password after 10 attempts it will erase your data.
As an alternative to a bulky manual, you can download the manual onto your iPad. Apple, following a minimalist approach, don’t include a user manual with their iPad.
To protect your investment, you need to understand how to properly care for your new iPad. Keeping it away from the sun’s damaging rays is rule number one, and never leave it in a hot car. Also, your battery will be drained faster than usual. Also, be sure to avoid placing your iPad in places where its electronic components could be damaged by liquids. A padded cover will offer your iPad additional protection.
Do you find it irritating that you have to constantly tap your bookmarks icon to view your favorite sites? Remedy this by having the bookmarks bar turned on permanently. Access your Safari settings and turn on the option for always showing your bookmarks bar.
Are you interested in easily retrieving your iPad if it gets lost? You can go to iCloud from Settings. There, place in your ID. Look then to the bottom area of the page to turn on “Find My iPad.” With this on, if you do lose the ipad, you can go to iCloud.com to find where it is located.
You can easily take screenshots while using your iPad. Press the Home and Sleep buttons simultaneously. It will take the screenshot and save it with your pictures.
If your child will be using your iPad and you don’t want them seeing mature content, you can change your settings so these items become blocked. Under the settings function, simply limit the mature content that can be viewed. It is possible to block adult material.
Add extra email addresses and phone numbers to FaceTime. FaceTime, by default, can include your iPad’s set up email, but you may add more. If you need FaceTime to recognize additional numbers or addresses, it is possible to use the “settings” area to accomplish that.
Do you dislike surfing the web on the iPad and aren’t sure where a word that’s hyperlinked will take you? There is a simple thing you can do. Since you are unable to hover, you can just hold the word. The URL associated with the hyperlink will be displayed.
The cloud function is particularly useful if you get online a lot. You can use the cloud to store files and information so that you leave your iPad storage free and clear. Make sure you store your most critical items on the cloud as well as the device.
When you take photos, don’t fall into the trap of holding the device by the sides. Doing this will make the shutter button move, and you will be unsteady when you take the photograph. Locking the orientation is a great solution for this common problem. This setting will place the shutter button in a place that you can easily reach with your thumb. After you take a photo, use the image editor for rotating the image.
Use tabs to multitask when you use the browser. You do not have to close a webpage when you click on a link that opens another. If you hold your finger down on the link, as opposed to tapping it, you’ll be presented with an option menu. Within the options, you can arrange for the link to be opened in a new tab, and this means you don’t lose your current browsing page.
Whether you think that your iPad was created for business or pleasure does not matter, as it is really both if you want it to be. This article is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to learning about iPad usability. Just read all you can, and you’ll pick it up in no time.