Getting a new gadget is an exciting venture! The only problem is that you have to figure out how to use it, and that can be frustrating and time consuming. If you’ve got a new iPad and need some help figuring it out, look over the following article; it’s full of useful tips and tricks about the iPad.
VPN networks allow for access to remote servers. You can use a VPC on your iPad by going to Settings, Network, and then turning on the VPN. You will then be asked for a username and a server address. If you don’t know what the address is for the server, talk to the network administrator.
You can stop annoying Wi-Fi joining messages on your iPad. If you’re tired of getting asked to join various Wi-Fi networks constantly, this can be taken care of under Settings and Wi-Fi. Switch off Ask to Join Networks. You may still join any network that you’ve already got from this screen, you just will not be harassed constantly.
The new iPad and iPad 2 can be connected to an HD television. This can be done with an Apple Digital AV Adapter that is connected from the 30-pin Dock adapter to the HDMI port or even a regular Apple VGA Adaptor. Both of these iPads support video mirroring, which allows your whole Home screen to appear on the television, not just your videos.
It is very easy for you to email other people photos while using your iPad. All you have to do is locate the photo you want to send and press the button located in the right-hand corner. There is an option there that will allow you to send the photo to anyone you want.
If you are one of those people that likes sharing a lot of the information you find enjoyable with your friends, there is a very easy way to share podcasts. All you have to do is press the Email button while the podcast is open and email it to whoever you like.
Turn down the brightness of the screen. This has the dual advantages of being easier on your eyes and extending your effective battery life. Recent iPads are typically fully readable at around sixty percent of their standard brightness. Night time use can sometimes be done with half that. You can get to the brightness setting by swiping towards the left, or double-tapping on your home button.
If you enjoy listening to audio-books, you’ll love the VoiceOver application under Accessibility settings. This feature will read aloud any text displayed on the screen. Open your favorite e-book or blog and your iPad will read it to you! This is perfect for listening in your car or while you are doing work around the house.
Hopefully this article leaves you with a greater understanding of the iPad and how to use it. Understand that it will take time before you become a pro at using it. Even the so-called experts need manuals and tutorials, given the complexity of this amazing gadget. But all of this can be half the fun of the iPad: there is always something new to learn about it!