More Neat Things To Do With Your IPad

Put parental controls in place on your iPad. Go to your Settings menu, open up General, then Restrictions. When you get there, hit your “enable restrictions” button. That will make sure your child does not see things beyond what is appropriate for their age. Adult videos and other mature content will be restricted.

The iPad should not be around water. Therefore, you should never use your iPad in the tub. In addition, you shouldn’t use it outside when it’s raining or in areas of extreme humidity, such as a sauna. If you get it wet, you may have to buy a new one.

A great resource for any question regarding your iPad is an online forum. Most any question that you may have has probably been asked and answered by someone before on a forum. Introduce yourself and search through the forums to see if you can find things that you didn’t know about before.

If you need to charge up in a hurry, do not use an iPhone charger on the iPad. The wattage required by the iPad is twice as much as that for the iPhone. If you use your iPhone charger for your iPad, it will take forever to charge. Use the proper iPad charger. Differing environments mean variable need for brightness settings, which is exactly why Apple gives you the controls to adjust things. If you want to dim your screen, tap the home home button a couple of times and swipe on the screen until the brightness setting appears. There, you can select options to match the brightness to the ambient light in your environment. A lot of iPad owners know that their device has an iTunes store, but might not be aware of everything that it has to offer. One great feature is iTunes U. In this section, there are plenty of podcasts of an educational nature for students and anyone who loves to learn. If you use your iPad to view videos, it might be a good idea to get yourself a lengthy power cord. This will allow you to charge the iPad while you watch videos, saving the internal battery so that it is fully charged when you are away from the house.

If you want to charge your iPad as quickly as possible, do not use an iPhone charger. The iPad requires a larger wattage requirement than the iPhone. If you use that iPhone battery charger, it will be twice the time to charge. To save time, charge your iPad with the included charger. There are so many fantastic features on an iPad. This is the main reason they’re as popular as they are. Many people find that for the best user experience, a little knowledge can go a long way in using it to the best advantage. The piece below is full of useful ideas meant to help you use your iPad well. Continue reading.

Don’t limit yourself to the iPad’s touch-sensitive keyboard. Big fingers and that tiny keyboard don’t mix! You can purchase any Bluetooth keyboard and hook it up to your iPad with no problem. This is of great use to professionals and students.

You might not think much about the dangers of using the iPad, but you should set the security of your iPad adequately. You never know when you may accidentally lose it, and it generally has access to a lot of secure information like emails, phone numbers, addresses and possibly even bank information.

Remote servers can be accessed with VPN networks. This can be activated from the network tab under settings. The iPad then will ask for your server address and user name. If you lack the server address, ask a network administrator.

If your iPad’s volume buttons aren’t responding, you must check Settings, General, and Sounds. Set the Change with Buttons to On and the buttons will work. Alternately, you could make use of the volume slider to adjust your volume.

Control your notifications. Having many apps means you will receive alerts all the time. These can be changed under notifications, which is found in settings. You can determine which apps you want a notification for and which ones you aren’t worried as much about. It also helps you get only alerts for important things. You can quickly get access to all the apps that are running on your iPad. Double clicking on your Home button will bring up a bar along the bottom of the screen displaying all of your currently running apps. If you want to bring up that app, just tap its icon on the bar. To get rid of this bar, swipe the screen in a downward direction.

Are you aware that you may use Street View in the Google Maps app? Search on it and a red pin will show up on your map. Tap this pin and then select the little red and white person icon. Next, you will see the “Street View” feature.


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