An iPad is a great gadget. You can do many things on it including typing, drawing pictures and singing along. Unfortunately though, you can’t really max out its usefulness unless you have some basic knowledge about it. This article will show you some great tips and advice for getting the most from your iPad tablet.
Folders are now supported by the iPad’s iOS. To begin, tap and hold your finger on an app until it starts jiggling, drag that app on top of another icon, and then let it go. Doing this creates a folder, categorizing both apps. If you would like to name the folder yourself, that can be done as well.
A VPN lets you get access to remote servers. 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. You will be asked to provide a server address and a username. If you don’t have the server address, contact the network administrator.
If time is of the essence, avoid charging your iPad with an iPhone charger. The iPad carries 10 watts as opposed to just 5 watts for the iPhone. If you charge with your iPhone charger, it will take a lot longer to get a full iPad battery. You should use the charger that came with the iPad.
If you are like most people, you receive many emails each day and do not need to be notified each time. It is possible to shut this sound off. Go into your settings, then choose the general tab. Select Sounds under the General heading. This will allow you to adjust or turn off any notifications.
Shortcuts are a great feature to install to save time and reduce stress. If you double tap the space bar, you’ll get a period followed by a space, for example. This will make your typing much more efficient, allowing you to get more done and text more quickly.
Now that you’ve read this article, you will be able to accomplish more with your iPad. Just remember this knowledge, and share them all with your family and friends. You can help your friends and family enjoy their iPad experience more when you share all the neat tricks you have learned.