Simple iPad strategies take this from a fun little gadget into a real working machine. People can use the iPad for everything from their personal life to their business life, and success comes with knowledge. Read on to find some simple tips on making the iPad everything it’s meant to be.
Some newer iPads have a mute button instead of a lock orientation one. If you prefer the lock orientation feature, you should go into your settings and tap on the general section. You will be able to choose which function you want to associate with this button. Save your changes when you are done.
Fed up with being asked to join different Wi-Fi networks? There is an easy way to fix this issue in the Wi-Fi Settings. Simply turn off the Ask to Join settings. You will still be able to join networks; however, you will need to go to Wi-Fi settings and join from there.
If you do not yet own an iPad, consider buying a refurbished iPad from Apple’s online store. Buying a refurbished iPad can save you a lot of money. What’s more, most of the refurbished iPads that Apple sell come with generous warranties and it can be difficult to tell that they are not brand new.
Did you just launch a noisy app by mistake? You can quickly turn the sound down by holding down the “vol -” button until it is muted. If you mute often, you can set your lock orientation button as a tool to mute.
Are you having a hard time typing on your iPad? You should get a Bluetooth wireless keyboard. Your iPad will recognize any Bluetooth keyboard instantly. If you use the keyboard a lot, purchase a case with a Bluetooth keyboard directly built in it so you do not have to carry your keyboard. everywhere
Do you have an Apple TV? You should be able to stream some of the content stored on your iPad to this TV. Open the content on your iPad while you are next to your Apple TV and wait for the Airplay icon to appear. If you tap it, your content will be sent to your TV.
To add your Google Calendar to your iPad calendar app, select Mail, Contacts and Calendars. Choose Other under Add An Account. Hit Add CalDAv Account and punch in all of your Google information. Then, exit the settings application and select your calendar application. Now, you should be ready.
Turn on Apple’s iCloud as soon as you get an iPad. iCloud acts as an important backup to your most critical documents, photos, music, and more. The beauty of it is that it just works. No need to manually force it to back your items up; it does it behind the scenes.
Whether you want to use it for cooking, health reasons or even for work, the iPad can do it all. If you have a need for it, you just have to seek out advice on making it work for that situation. When you continually learn, you’ll find you never tire of your tablet and its use.