Anyone who has ever used an iPad knows what a powerful, yet intuitive and elegant device it is. But, to get the most of its potential, some reading will prove fruitful. Keep reading for advice on how to make your iPad experience better.
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 tab you can select to stop your iPad from asking you to join networks. By selecting that, you’ll no longer receive all of the invites.
You do not have to use the camera roll icon to see the picture or the video you just took. All you need to do is swipe your finger to the right. The picture or video you have just taken will appear. You can continue to swipe to the left to see earlier photos and videos.
You can adjust the settings so you can see more than a couple of lines from the emails in your inbox. Go to the Settings, go to the section that says Mail and seek out the setting that says Preview. Increase the number of lines listed. This way, you can view more of the email, speeding up your skim-through process.
Your iPad will charge slower if you are using your iPhone charger. The wattage on the two devices is different. If you charge the iPad with an iPhone charger, it can take double the amount of time to charge. You should use the charger that came with the iPad.
You are able to send messages more effectively this way. You can finish up a sentence by tapping twice on the space bar to add a period and a space. Therefore, you don’t have to manually do this yourself, which will help you save time.
Want to put in the Google Calender on the iPad calendar app? Simply navigate to Mail, Contacts, and calendars. Click on Add Account and then Other. Choose Add CalDAV Account and enter your Google information. Then, back out of your settings app and single-tap your calendar app. The calendar should now be updated.
There will be a lot of awe the first time you get to use an iPad. In order to transform your iPad from a fun toy into a truly amazing device, you need some knowledge, however. Take the information from this article and try it out the next time you get your hands on an iPad.