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.
You can display your Ipad screen on a HD TV. All you need is an Apple digital AV adapter or an Apple VGA adapter depending on the kind of TV you have. This first product can be plugged into an HDMI port while the second one requires a VGA port.
Here is a quick tip to finding text on a page with your iPad. When you are in Safari, type your search word into the Google box. This will give you a list of suggestions. Near the bottom of these suggestions you will see “on this page” and tap on it to show the word on the page you are viewing.
Are you being nagged by the battery charge notification? If you want to, you can just turn it off. To start with, go to your Settings menu. Then click Usage under the General Settings. Here you can turn off the battery display.
Did you know you could print the documents you have on your iPad? You need to purchase an AirPrint ready printer. While you are near the printer, access your share menu and select printer. If you have a Mac computer, you can download an app called Printopia to send your printing jobs to a printer connected to your Mac.
If a four-digit passcode is not substantial enough for you, change it. Under the Settings menu, navigate to General and then to Passcode Lock. Disable the Simple Passcode option. This allows you to use any password to lock and unlock your device. Your email and attachments will also be more secure with a more complex passcode.
You can easily copy and paste using the iPad, just tap on the desired text, hold until the dialog box opens, then choose Select. Next, choose “copy” from the popup memu. After that, go to the place where you want to paste the text and hold again. An option to paste will then come up on your screen. For an entire paragraph, you need to press four times.
If you are struggling with the battery life of your iPad, don’t fret. First, you should be sure to close any programs that you aren’t using. Also, keep your brightness at a low but comfortable level whenever possible. Finally, be sure to turn off any music programs when you aren’t using them.
When web browsing privacy is important on your iPad, turn on private browsing. Sometimes the things you are searching for or looking at are highly sensitive or personal, so much so that you don’t want a history. That’s ok, the iPad has you covered. You can turn on private browsing from the Safari menu in settings.
Put a screen protector on your iPad. It does not interfere with the visibility of the display. The screen protector protects your iPad from oils and dirt from your fingers. It is great way to prevent your screen from permanent scratches. If the protector is scratched, it can be easily replace.
Use tabs to multitask. There is no need to abandon your current site simply to visit a link. Just hold the link rather than tapping it. This will give you a menu of options. You can then choose to open a link in another tab, which allows you to keep the current page open.
Does your iPad contain private information that you don’t want other people to access? If so, then your iPad has a feature that will erase all its data whenever the passcode has been incorrectly inputted ten times. Simply go to the Settings tab, go to General, Passcode Lock, and finally Erase Data. Just make sure you don’t forget your passcode!
Now that you have a better idea of how to go about using your iPad, you should be able to use it for more things. Have fun using the apps, track your workout program, use it to help your kids learn, and more. The iPad is a great tool for just about anything!