You have heard of the many great benefits of owning an iPad. Many people think it is a toy, but others know it is a life-enhancing tool. If you are interested in getting more use from your iPad, the piece that follows can really help.
Does your iPad prompt you to join new wifi networks all the time? This feature can by turned off by adjusting your iPad settings. Press on Wi-Fi and turn off the last option to discontinue these prompts.
Make sure you check out your currently running apps. A lot of the apps on your iPad can run behind the scenes while you work on other things. Double-click Home to see what’s currently running. Everything that is open will be displayed in a bar located underneath all of your other information. Swipe in the down direction to hide the bar when you’ve finished.
If you’re worried about people trying to access your data, you can fix your iPad to erase your data if there are a certain number of failed attempts. This will enable erasure of all data on your phone after 10 unsuccessful login attempts.
Almost everyone finds it difficult to accurately type on a tablet’s keyboard. There is, however, a speech dictation button on the iPad. Double click the home button and tap the microphone icon. When you are finished you just hit the microphone again and the text will appear on the screen.
Do you wish it were easier to access your Internet bookmarks? You should activate the bookmark bar. Enter the Settings menu, select Safari, and enable Always Show Bookmarks.
Each iPad owner uses their device in a different way. The above article is simply a small part of what you should know about using the iPad. Just read all you can, and you’ll pick it up in no time.