Everyone is crazy about the iPad. Since it’s rather small, you can bring it with you anywhere. It’s capable of reading iBooks, playing groundbreaking video-games, or performing tedious business tasks. The iPad is packed with a multitude of features. Keep reading to understand ways to optimize your device.
If you want to stream movies, listen to music and play games on your iPad, consider that your battery life will be much shorter. If you lessen the brightness of the screen, you can get more from your battery. Most of the day, you will not require your brightness on the highest setting.
Do you like Google as your search page? If not, you can change it pretty easily. In the Settings menu, pick Safari, then Search Engine. You can then switch to Yahoo or Bing if you like them better than Google.
You do not have to use the camera roll icon to see the picture or the video you just took. Swipe to your right using a finger, and there is your video or picture. To view other photos you have stores, swipe toward the left side of the screen.
The iPad can perform a quick mute. When the iPad originally came out, there wasn’t a dedicated mute button. With the newer iOS, you can have the button on the side do this for you. All you have to do now is hold the volume down control to mute your iPad instantly.
It is always best to read the manual of the products you buy, but the only way to get a manual for your iPad is to download it. Apple, following a minimalist approach, don’t include a user manual with their iPad.
Use shortcuts to make sending messages a breeze. For instance, you can put a space or period in your sentences by tapping on the space bar two times. This lets you avoid doing it manually and you can send many more messages to friends.
Both your professional and personal life can be improved with the iPad. Learning a few things will make your iPad experience even better. Use everything you’ve learned from this article and have fun enjoying your new iPad!