Sales of the iPad are still skyrocketing and not without reason. They have many features, and they can help make your life much easier. That said, they may offer more than you know. Keep reading to get more out of your iPad than before.
You can easily access all running apps on an iPad. Double-clicking on your Home button will show all the running apps in the bar at your screen’s bottom. This is a great way to switch between apps. You should swipe the screen downwards in order to eliminate the bar.
You can display your Ipad screen on a HD TV. All you need is an Apple digital AV adapter or an Apple VGA adapter depending on the kind of TV you have. This first product can be plugged into an HDMI port while the second one requires a VGA port.
Maximize security by setting your iPad to erase all of your data after ten failed password entry attempts. Navigate to Settings, then General, then Passcode Lock. Select the Erase Data option. Just make sure that you remember your passcode or write it down in a safe place. Make sure that others who have permission to use your device do the same.
Is clicking the Bookmarks button driving you nuts? Simply enable your bookmarks bar on a permanent basis to keep your favorite websites a click away. Under the Safari menu in Settings, choose the On option next to Always Show Bookmark Bar.
Did you lose your iPad? If you use the Apple product iCloud, you will be able to located your iPad or your iPhone. Go to the iCloud website, log in and you will be able to locate your lost iPad or phone on a map. You can also access this feature on another iPad.
Did you know that you can create folders on your iPad? Just tap any app and hold it until it starts to begin jiggling. When it does, drag the app over top of any other icon and let it go. The iPad will then make a folder for you with both of the apps involved inside.
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.
You can use the copy and paste feature on your iPad. Select the text you wish to copy after tapping the screen. The text you want to copy will be highlighted in yellow, but you can change your selection. Choose copy once you are done. You are then able to paste by tapping, then holding and then selecting the paste option.
As mentioned in the introduction, the iPad has had skyrocketing sales because of the many features it has. To make sure that you’re getting the full potential of your iPad, remember the advice from this article the next time you use it. We wish you all the luck in the world.