Accessing apps without going to the start screen is as simple as double-clicking the home button. Tap the icon of the app you need and you’ll be taken directly to that app. Just repeat the process to switch back again.
Do you want to access PDF files with your iPad? Simply send them to your email and then open them through iBooks. If you’re near a computer, you’re able to easily sync PDFs with the iPad by accessing the book tab in the iTunes app. It is easy to use the iPad to take a screenshot. Just push both the Home and Sleep button together. There will be a flash on the screen and an audible click. That is how you know the picture was taken. These screenshots will be automatically saved in the gallery with all of your other photos, which makes it simple for them to be viewed abnd/or emailed.
You don’t have to send your photos via email anymore. This modernizes the original way of sending through email. Simply open your photo album, select one, open up the settings tab and select “email photo.” The cloud function is particularly useful if you get online a lot. You can use it to store documents, photos and other information to save on space on your iPad. Make sure your important documents are backed up on your device and the cloud.
You should erase the history if you do not want anyone to see it. It wouldn’t be good if someone opened your browser and saw something you’d rather have kept private. The browser always loads your last visited page, so be sure to go somewhere safe if someone else will be looking at the device.
Do you watch many videos on the iPad? Then, you might need to find a long power cord. This allows you to watch videos whenever your iPad is charging so that you can use your internal battery for other purposes. 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. You can change the brightness on your screen to do this. Most of the day, you will not require your brightness on the highest setting. Muting the iPad is fast and easy. There was no mute button available when the iPad was originally introduced. The IOS 4.3 gave the choice of a lock switch to lock the iPad orientation or to mute the sound. To mute immediately, just depress the volume-down tool and hold. Although your iPad is durable, you should keep it away from moisture. Avoid taking it in the tub, obviously, but try not to use it in humid areas like saunas or out in the rain. Water will certainly damage your iPad. You can download the images from your digital camera quickly and easily to your iPad, and this is possible without another machine. Unplug the memory card inside the camera and insert it within the card reader of the iPad for instant recognition. This allows you to see the iPad’s file system, which means you don’t have to mess around with SSH clients or other apps to get at your photos.
You can attach an external keyboard to your device if you do not like the default keyboard. If you type a lot, you may enjoy the time-saving convenience a keyboard offers. They connect to your iPad wirelessly or via Bluetooth. You’ll find they’re much easier to type on than the digital keyboard. Are you being nagged by the battery charge notification? You can easily turn it off if you like. Start by going to the Settings. Go to your General settings and locate Usage. Access the Usage menu and turn off the display for battery percentage.