You surely want to use more features on your iPad, but you may not know how. This can easily lead to you just using it for games, instead of all of the things that you can use it for. You can do so many amazing things with an iPad. Read on to learn more.
The iPad doesn’t come with a paper manual so it will need to be downloaded if you want to read it. Apple changed to a downloadable version to stay green.
It is possible to shift away from using Google as the search engine, from which the iPad defaults. Just click on Settings, then Safari and then Search Engine. You can use any search engine you like, such as Yahoo or Bing. You don’t have to use Google if you don’t wish.
Would you like to locate your iPod if you misplace it? Then go to Settings, then iCloud. Enter your Apple ID where prompted and then turn on Find My iPad. You will then be able to see where your iPad is on a map by visiting iCloud.com and logging in with your Apple ID.
To quickly copy and paste on an iPad, tap and hold down the desired text and then pick select. Then click Copy, go where you want to paste, then tap again. This will cause a menu to pop up which will allow you to paste. In order to paste an entire paragraph, you must tap four times.
Do you dislike surfing the web on the iPad and aren’t sure where a word that’s hyperlinked will take you? There is a remedy for this. Since you can’t hover over words like on a regular computer, you may touch and hold that word. That will show you the URL from the hyperlink.
Your iPad is fabulous for playing music, but have you discovered podcasts? There are a variety of radio applications with shows as short as few minutes and others lasting up to a few hours. If you ever want to listen to something else besides music while you are commuting, consider listening to podcasts. Because of all the subjects that podcasts cover, you are certain to find something that interests you.
It is possible to copy text and then paste it. You should tap on the sentence you need to copy, hold and tap on select in the menu that appears. Tap the screen again, and you can select Copy. You can then paste your text by tapping, holding and selecting Paste.
Switch on your auto brightness in order to add battery life. Your iPad has the ability to sense room lighting and can adjust its lighting to better fit the situation. This feature can go a long way when it comes to the amount of time that you get cordless use in a given day. You can enable this option via the “Brightness and Wallpaper” settings.
The iPad has preloaded apps you might never use. But, lots of them cannot be deleted. Just group them in a folder and stick it on the last page of your apps. This lets you keep your focus on the things you use quite a bit.
You can choose whether your lock orientation button functions as a way of locking the orientation or as a mute button. Remember that earlier versions of the iPad did not offer this capability. As long as you are running iOS 4.3 or higher, you have the option. Another way to shut off the sound quickly is to hold the volume down button for a couple seconds.
Control your iPad’s screen brightness to extend the device’s battery life. This is very useful if you are out and waiting for an important email. If you want the brightness lowered, look on the menu for the icon with a sun.
Now that you have taken time to learn some more about using an iPad, you may be able to do business more efficiently. There are few things it cannot do! Continue learning and always stay abreast of developments. New applications emerge all the time, so you should become fast friends with the iPad.