When did you buy your iPad? How often do you use it? You don’t want to be attached to it completely, but you do need to get your money’s worth. There are so many things you can do with your iPad that you should be getting more than your money’s worth. Keep reading to find out more.
To protect your sensitive data the iPad has a feature that will erase all data if the password is entered incorrectly ten times. To access this feature go to Settings and click Passcode Lock; then click Erase Data. This privacy feature will restore your iPad to its factory default settings.
Choose between Orientation Lock and Mute. Older versions of the iPad featured an “Orientation Lock” button on the side of the device. The button remained on later versions, but its function was switched to “Mute.” If you preferred the older function, you can access a setting in the General Settings menu to set it back to its original function. Continue reading