You have your first iPad! You’ll love your investment! You should know a few things before you start using your iPad. Read on to learn more.
Watch how much money you spend on apps. It is very easy to spend a lot very quickly when you have your CC details stored. Therefore, you should closely watch your spending.
If constant barrages of Wi-Fi notifications are making you crazy, make some adjustments in “settings.” There is a tab you can select to stop your iPad from asking you to join networks. Choose that and you won’t be bothered with incoming invites.
With the default setting you can see the first two lines of any emails before you open them. You can change this to see more, if you so desire. Just access your Setting and the select Mail. From Mail, choose Contacts, then go to Calendar where you can change the options to preview mail.
Apple iPad manuals only come in electronic form. Apple has a minimalist approach towards their products.
If you are like most people, you receive many emails each day and do not need to be notified each time. This can be turned off! Simply visit the Settings section and tap the General tab. Then select Sounds. Here, you can turn off your New Mail sound or adjust its level.
If you would like to include your Google Calender on your iPad’s calender app, go to mail, then contacts and then calenders. Select Add An Account. When prompted for the type, choose Other. Select Add CalDAV Account and then insert your Google credentials. Next, leave the settings area and hit your calendar application. You should now be all set.
A good way to keep the pages from closing is to open other one in a new tab. While in Safari, hold the link and a pop-up menu appears. You can choose to see the link in a second tab this way.
It’s very important that you know what you’re doing when you’re taking care of your iPad. Don’t keep it inside a locked car and make sure it’s not in direct sunlight. The battery will begin to degrade in extreme heat. Also, remember to keep your iPad away from liquids, which are extremely damaging. You should buy a cover that is padded to provide further protection for the device.
You can use the fantastic technological wonder, iPad, for personal and business needs. It is easy to get a lot out of your iPad with a few steps. These tips will help you make the right decisions when it comes to your new iPad.