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.
The latest operating system for the iPad supports folders. To utilize this feature, tap the app you want to until it begins to shake, then drag it where you want to drop it. Doing so creates a folder containing both of these apps. You can then rename this folder if you like.
Protect your sensitive data with the Delete All function. Worried about losing your identity if your iPad is ever lost or stolen? Simply enable the Erase Data security setting. In the event of 10 incorrect passcode entries, the iPad will automatically erase all personal data. You can find this option in the Settings menu, under General > Passcode Lock.
Do you want to get rid of the chime when you receive a new email? Were you aware that this feature can be disabled? Under general in settings, you can alter the sounds. Select the Sounds option from there. Then, select the option to turn the New Mail alert off or reduce the volume of the alert.
Turn off your Wi-Fi when not in use. Your iPad will constantly search for Wi-Fi signals even when you don’t want it to. That is, if your Wi-Fi is turned on. When you are out and about and don’t need Wi-Fi, simply turn it off. It will extend your battery.
Want to put in the Google Calender on the iPad calendar app? Simply navigate to Mail, Contacts, and calendars. Select Add An Account. When prompted for the type, choose Other. Select the icon ‘Add CalDAV Account, and enter your Google information. Then exit the settings appplication. Next, tap your calendar app. You should see what you need.
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.
Are you afraid that the link you are about to click on in Safari is inappropriate? You can fix this easily. Since you cannot hover over the word like you can on your computer, you can just simply touch and hold the word. This action will show you the URL that the word will take you to.
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.