Hasn’t everything already been said about iPads? Some view it as a useful tool, and other view it as simple amusement. If you think it is both, this article has great tips for you.
Watch what apps you have running. You can run a lot of the apps on an iPad while you are doing other things. If you aren’t sure what you have left open, push the home button twice. The lower bar will display the currently active apps and some brief information. When you are finished looking at it, swipe down to close the bar.
It’s simple to turn off notifications about joining Wi-Fi networks. Look for the option which gives you the choice of joining networks. Change this setting, and you’ll no longer be asked to join random Wi-Fi networks.
Your iPad’s default setting lets you see two lines of a new email prior to you selecting it. You may want to have more text available to preview. Just visit SETTINGS and tap MAIL. You should then choose contacts. tap on calendar and adjust the preview mail option.
Click Settings, Mail, Contacts and Calendars to add Google Calendar to your iPad. Then just Add An Account, choosing Other. Tap Add CallDAV Account and then enter your Google data. Click the home button to exit the settings menu and enter your calendar application. You should have everything you need now.
You can easily take a screenshot using your iPad. Simply press both home and sleep together. The screenshot will be taken, and you can look at it from the photo area of your iPad.
It does not matter if you believe the iPad is nothing more than a large gaming device or something more, you can choose to make it more. These tips merely brush the surface of the vast capacity of iPad. Keep reading and learning and soon you’ll be an iPad expert!