Oprah Winfrey has hailed the iPad as among the most momentous inventions ever. If you are new to using an iPad, it can feel very overwhelming to know where you can start. This article is a crash course in the functions of the iPad.
You can quickly get access to all the apps that are running on your iPad. If you click the Home button twice, you can see the running apps along the screen’s bottom. It is easy to switch to an app by tapping it on the bar. You should swipe the screen downwards in order to eliminate the bar.
Did you just launch a noisy app by mistake? The volume can quickly be muted by holding down the decrease volume button. If you need a mute button, change your settings so your lock orientation button becomes a mute button.
People of all ages can greatly benefit from the iPad. The iPad can perform most tasks that a full-size computer can, and some that it can’t. The iPad is easy to use, but it never hurts to learn a bit more about the devices you buy. Continue perusing the piece that follows to get the tips you need.
Your folders are now supported with iOS. Tap an app and hold the icon until it jiggles. Then, drag the app onto a second app and let go. You will then have a folder with both applications together, sporting the same of the application category. You can rename the folder, if you like.
It’s simple to turn off notifications about joining Wi-Fi networks. Go to Settings and opt for the Ask to Join Network option. Once set to no, you won’t be nagged again.