The iPad comes with a few apps that you’re probably not going to want to use. Many unwanted apps cannot be deleted. You can put them away in a folder and they will not get in your way. You can then focus on getting down to business. If you want to review a photo or video you just shot, you do not have to select the camera icon on the bottom left of the screen. All you have to do is swipe the screen right and your video or picture will appear. You can look at previous pictures by going left.
An iPad is an expensive investment, so you need to take good care of it. Many people buy screen protectors for use with their iPads. This is plastic which adheres to the screen and protects it. Use a cloth that is designed for cleaning screens whenever you wipe off your iPad. Don’t ever use products such as common window and household cleaners on the iPad’s screen.
You may find your iPad doesn’t charge efficiently when connected with the front panel of your computer. In this case, switch to the back. USB ports are not created equally. The ones near the front of your computer usually contain lower power than the ones in the back. If you still have problems, you can purchase a USB adapter to be used with a standard wall socket. Are you aware that it is possible to migrate your own Google Calendar into your calendar app? You do this by visiting your settings menu and going to calendars. Click to add an account and then press Other. Enter your Google credentials under the option Add CalDav to add your Google Calendar.
Do you have problems scrolling when you’re searching the web? You can reach the top of the page by tapping the title bar. You’ll spend less time using this method than you would with scrolling. This also works with your other apps as well. You can reboot your iPad when it freezes by doing a soft reset. You can do this by holding down the power button, while at the same time pressing the home button. Hold both down for a few seconds. This will prompt your device to restart. Hold the home button down for several seconds to force-close an app. There is a choice for how you can view a PDF on the iPad. You can load the PDF in iTunes, which will allow you to sync it with your iPad, or you can use your iPad to send them to yourself via email. Use both methods so you can determine which one is best for you, or make use of both as you see fit. Do you want to preview more of your email? Under Settings, navigate to Mail, and look for the Preview setting. Select the number of lines you’d like to see. This saves you time by letting you skim your email at an accelerated rate.
Perhaps your iPad produces too much noise? Just open up the Sound tab that is found under your Settings icon. You can turn off alerts for new emails or even calendar alerts. You can also reduce their volume. Do you hate scrolling while you are surfing the web on the iPad? You can easily navigate around a page on your iPad. If you want to go to the top, for instance, just hit the top bar located on the page. That trick works in other apps as well.
Be certain to review your iPad’s history prior to giving someone a lesson on Safari. You do not want to open up the browser and have it show something to others that you would much rather keep private. Just go to Google and let that be the last visited page.