It comes as no surprise to anybody who has used one that the iPad ranks among the most revolutionary personal technology tools ever invented. That said, just using an iPad doesn’t mean that you are aware of all the things it can do. This article is a good place to begin if you want to get the most out of your iPad.
If you want to utilize your iPad for processor-heavy tasks like gaming, watching videos or listening to music, you may get less usage time out of a battery charge. One way to make you battery last longer is to adjust your screen’s brightness. In most cases, there is no need to keep the maximum brightness level to read, surf the Internet or tinker with apps.
Your folders are now supported with iOS. To create a folder, move an app and put it on top one. This action will make a folder that contains both apps named with whatever category the apps are. This folder can be easily renamed.
Monitor how much you spend on iPad apps. When you have an iPad, you can run up your iTune’s bill quickly because it contains your credit card information and it only takes a few clicks to buy an app. Keep to a budget to ensure you don’t overspend.
You need not press the camera roll icon to see a video or picture you take. Try using one finger for swiping to the right to get to your video or photo. To view other photos you have stores, swipe toward the left side of the screen.
If you want to charge your iPad quickly, avoid using an iPhone charger. Your iPad doesn’t have the same wattage as your iPhone which is 10 watts as opposed to 5 watts on the phone. It takes much longer to fully charge the iPad with a iPhone charger. Use the charger that comes with your iPad for best results.
Do you just hate knowing how much charge remains in your iPad battery? It is easy to turn off. To begin, open Settings. Once there, go to General and locate Usage. Here you can turn off the battery display.
You can listen to music on you iPad, and you can listen to podcasts, too. These audio programs last in length from a few minutes to a couple of hours, and are available on a number of topics. If you crave something a little more stimulating during your morning commute, try a podcast. You will be sure to find a topic of interest to you.
You can use the copy and paste feature on your iPad. Tap the text and hold down on it if you wish to copy it. A menu will pop up allowing you to select that sentence. Tap again when your text gets highlighted yellow, and then choose copy. You can now paste in the text if you just tap, hold and select “paste.”
When you use an iPad the first time, you may be amazed and inspired. Your iPad will become a lot more useful once you learn how to use all the different features. By using what you learned, you can take full advantage of all your iPad has to offer.