An iPad is an amazing piece of technology. It is small, portable and capable of so much. But, what can your iPad do? When you have an iPad, it is capable of so much, and sometimes you need a little help to show you how to do everything you want to do. That is where this article comes in handy.
Do you feel annoyed when your iPad asks if you want to join a new wifi network that is has detected? You can turn this feature off by going to your settings. If you would rather not be prompted, you can click the Wi-Fi button and you will not have to deal with this anymore.
You can change your setting so that you are no longer asked whether or not you are interested in joining a Wi-Fi network. There is a selection in the Settings menu to disable Wi-Fi messages. Choose this and all those invitations will stop.
You can make it much easier to send messages if you use shortcuts. Pushing the space bar two times gives you a period at the end of a sentence. You can save time by doing these things automatically instead of manually, so that you can easily send messages to more of your friends.
Everyone should know how to best take care of their very valuable iPad. Never use your iPad in bright sunlight and do not leave it in your hot car. The heat will kill your battery. Also, be sure to avoid placing your iPad in places where its electronic components could be damaged by liquids. It’s also a good idea to buy a cover that’s padded so your iPad is more protected.
Performing multiple app updates at the same time can slow down your iPad and make it difficult to get anything done. You can alleviate this by pausing apps and forcing them to update one at a time instead of all at once. Tap the icon of the app that is updating to pause it. When one is finished, you can allow another one to finish updating.
Using AirPrint, you can print straight from your iPad, as long as you have a compatible printer. AirPrint works with most newer HP printers. If you have a Mac, you can use the Printopia app to print to any Mac printer. To use AirPrint, simply go to the share menu and choose print–that’s it!
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.
One of the neat features of the iPad is the Photo Booth. You can get more enjoyment out of this feature if you use it on your friends and family. Tapping the “twirly camera” icon will let you use the camera on the back and take photos by tapping the shutter button.
You can use a keyboard with your iPad. Some people love their iPad, but miss the actual keyboard. The good news is that any Apple wireless keyboard will work with it. It will also work with any keyboard that uses Bluetooth. There are some iPads that already have a handy keyboard built in too.
iPad mastery begins by joining helpful forums about this device on the Internet. There is a multitude of websites that can help you quickly master the use of this product. Give the proper introduction and try to take in as much information as possible.
The preloaded apps that came with your iPad might not correspond to your needs. Unfortunately, some of them cannot be erased. Make a folder to store all these useless apps out of the way. That allows you to concentrate on what you want.
You should now have a little more iPad knowledge. As you can see, your iPad is able to do a lot of neat and helpful things, some things you may have never imagined. Use what you have learned here and you can make the most of your iPad’s capabilities.