When one buys an iPad, they’re expecting fireworks as they open the box. Once they turn it on, sometimes they find that the whole situation can be daunting and confusing. Getting the most out of your iPad means learning all you can about the technology and apps available, so read on for some advice.
Are you getting too many notifications? If some apps send notifications, you do not need, you should go to your settings and tap on notifications. You will then have access to a complete list of your apps and be able to choose which notifications you want to receive.
If your iPad holds sensitive data, a feature can be enabled that lets you erase all of that data on your device. This is only triggered if a person incorrectly inputs the password 10 times. To set this up, go to Settings. Look under General for Passcode Lock. Then, go to Erase Data.
You can view the apps running on your iPad. A lot of the apps on your iPad can run behind the scenes while you work on other things. Click your Home button twice to get the view of all apps that are open. A bar shows up near the bottom of the screen that will list currently active apps. Swipe down if you want to eliminate the bar after you are done looking.
It’s simple to turn off notifications about joining Wi-Fi networks. Look for an option called Ask To Join that is referring to networks. By selecting that, you’ll no longer receive all of the invites.
If you have safety concerns should your iPad fall into the wrong hands, set the password to delete your personal data if someone enters the wrong password over and over. Your phone will be wiped if there are 10 failed login attempts.
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.
iPads are expensive, so take good care of yours. You can use a clear cover to protect your screen. 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 use window cleaner or other household cleaning supplies.
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.
With what you’ve read here, you should know enough to ensure your iPad is working for you. You can free yourself of ethernet cables and desktop PCs now that you have one of the most effective technologies available. Keep reading as this technology is rapidly bettering itself, so you must stay on top of new developments to become an iPad master in no time.…