Learning about any new kind of technology can seem overwhelming, especially for people who are not computer capable. This article is a great way to get started with using an iPad, no matter what level of user you are. Even the most experienced users can find some great tips here.
If you want to organize your apps, create some folders. You can create a folder by tapping one of your apps and holding until all the apps are moving. Drag this app over a second app you want to place in the same folder and a folder containing both apps will appear. Drag other apps to the folder.
The iPhone charger was NOT build for the iPad. The iPad carries 10 watts as opposed to just 5 watts for the iPhone. If you use your iPhone charger for your iPad, it will take forever to charge. You would be better off using the one that came with the iPad.
Are you annoyed by the battery charge display? This is easy to toggle off. Begin by going to your iPad’s Settings. Select General and next locate Usage. In Usage, you are able to turn off the battery percentage icon.
Change the passcode on your iPad. You automatically are prompted for only a four-digit password. However, this is not as secure as you would like since this not only gets you into your iPad but also is used to encrypt your data. Therefore, go to Passcode Lock under your General Settings and turn off Simple Passcode. After that, you will be able to make the password any length you like using any keyboard characters.
Muting your iPad can come in handy when needed. The original iPads did not have a mute button. As of iOS 4.3, there was a choice of having the lock switch lock the orientation of the iPad or mute the sound. Now, in order to quickly mute your iPad, simply press the volume-down button and hold it there.
If you are always on the go, you should get a Smart Cover for your iPad. These covers will put your iPad to sleep right away when you close them. These cover fit better than any other product on the market, and you will be able to choose from many different colors.
You do not have to save documents to your iPad to share them. Access them via the Internet and open your share menu. You will then have access to a list of all the documents you opened. Tap on the document you want to share. If you want to share an entire page, you will be able to send it as a Word document or as a PDF.
As was stated before, iPads can be used by anyone once they are armed with the proper information. Don’t let your iPad overwhelm you; rather, stay informed with articles like this one and others. Apply these tips to your use and you will start to be a great iPad user.