The iPad is a wonderful device, and it is gaining in popularity everyday. If you are a new iPad owner, congratulations! Whether you will be using it for business or pleasure, you are sure to enjoy this fascinating piece of technology. To improve your user experience, we have gathered some of the most recommended tips and explained them here.
You can now use folders on the iOS iPad. Start by putting your finger on the app. As it starts jiggling, you drag the app over another icon and then let go. This action will make a folder that contains both apps named with whatever category the apps are. Pick any name you wish for this group.
Wait until your battery is low before you begin to charge your iPad. Batteries have something referred to as memory. If you charge the battery too early, it’s memory will then record a smaller life, and this can occur repeatedly, leading to the device needing to be on the charger to be used.
Think carefully before you decide to jailbreak your iPad. The advantage of jail-breaking your iPad is that it will provide you with lots of additional features. However, jail-breaking your iPad can make it more vulnerable to hackers. Furthermore, jail-breaking voids your warranty from Apple, and it can have a considerable impact on your iPad’s battery life.
One of the great things about the iPad is that it allows you to quickly check your email. If you receive a large volume of emails throughout the day, it may actually be draining your battery. The device is configured to check for new messages frequently and automatically. Instead of setting it to notify you of new messages every few minutes, go into the Mail, Contacts and Calendars settings to adjust the frequency of mail checks.
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
It is a good idea to turn off your iPad’s push mail. A lot of mail accounts default settings go to Push as a delivery mechanism. This automatically will push your new mail as soon as available. This can be distracting and interfere with what you are working on. Turn this feature off.
If you want to put your calendar on the iPad calendar you should click on the mail and then your contacts and then your calendar. Select Add an Account, then tap Other. Use the Add CalDAV icon to input your information for Google. Then, exit the settings application and select your calendar application. Now, you should be ready.
Congratulations again on the purchase of your new iPad! Now is the time to get to know your device and learn how to use it efficiently. Keep the tips provided in this article handy, and do not be afraid to try a few shortcuts of your own. Before you know it, the iPad will become one of the best technological investments you ever made.