Friday, August 2, 2013

Master Your IPad With These Great Tips

Master Your IPad With These Great Tips - iPads are popular for many reasons. These small devices allow customers to engage themselves in a world full of amazing features, applications, and possibilities. To make sure you get the most out of your iPad, you need to learn how all of the functions on the device work. These tips and tricks are just what you need to get started using your iPad.

Folders are now supported by the iPad's iOS. To begin, tap and hold your finger on an app until it starts jiggling, drag that app on top of another icon, and then let it go. Your iPad will then create a folder with both apps. The folder will show the name representing the category associated with those apps. This folder can be easily renamed.

It is possible to gain access to all apps that are currently running on your iPad. Press the Home button twice to view all of your current apps. To navigate quickly to another running app, simply tap it. You should swipe the screen downwards in order to eliminate the bar.

It isn't necessary to click the camera in the bottom to see the picture. Using your finger, swipe toward the right side, and you should see your video or picture. After this, swipe left to see older content.

In your inbox, you may want to see more than the first few lines. In the mail section, you can adjust this with the preview setting. Changes this setting to display up to five lines. This allows you to tailor how much you'll see in the Mail app and lets you skim through your mail more efficiently.

If you do not have a lot of time, you should never charge your iPad with your iPhone charger. The two devices both operate at different wattages - the iPhone at 5 watts and the iPad at 10 watts. And their chargers follow suit. If you charge the iPad with an iPhone charger, it can take double the amount of time to charge. You need to always use your iPad charger to charge it.

Make sure that you take care of your iPad at all times. It should never be left in a hot car or in direct sunlight. Your battery will slowly start to hold less of a charge if it gets hot too much. You also want to guarantee that your iPad does not come in contact with moisture as this could cause it to short circuit. You should buy a cover that is padded to provide further protection for the device.

The introduction to this article stressed that the iPad is a hot seller due to its excellent user experience and great feature set. Apply what you've just learned to get the very most out of the use of your iPad device. Good luck and have fun with your iPad!