As an iPad owner, you have probably noticed that this device is intuitive. You may think all you need to do is touch the screen, go to the app you want and get started. It’s actually much more complicated and this article will make it less so.
The newest iPad iOS has folders. Put your finger on an app for several seconds and drag it into another. This creates a folder with both apps inside. You can then rename this folder if you like.
VPN networks allow for access to remote servers. You can connect to VPN connections using the iPad by navigating to Network, which is located under Settings, and turning on VPN. Then, you’ll need to put in a username and your server address. If you are unaware of the server address, you must contact the network administrator.
Have you accidentally launched a noisy app? Mute your iPad by pushing the volume button down for a few seconds. If you need a mute button, change your settings so your lock orientation button becomes a mute button.
You can change alert notifications that you get for Wi-Fi networks with ease. Go to your Settings and access the Wi-Fi tab. Choose that and you’ll quit getting bothered by the invites that are incoming.
If you don’t want anyone to access your personal information, your iPad can be set to delete all data. This erases everything stored on the iPad if the password is entered incorrectly ten times.
If you are like most people, you receive many emails each day and do not need to be notified each time. The great thing is that you do not have to be. Go into your settings, then choose the general tab. Select the Sounds option from there. This will allow you to adjust or turn off any notifications.
iPads are fun and easy to use, but they’re even better when you know all the power user tricks. Starting with this article, use what you learn to make the iPad even better. The iPad can do almost anything you want, if you know how to use it.