The iPad is so new that it can be hard to know all it does. Don’t allow it to just become a machine you do a few things on. There are so many wonderful things you can do with your iPad. Utilize the tips found here to start learning more about it.
You can bring up a list of every app currently running on your iPad. Just push the Home button twice in succession to show an icon for each running app. If you want to bring up that app, just tap its icon on the bar. Make this bar disappear by making a downward swipe on your screen.
All you have to do is utilize a VPN network to get to the remote servers. To do this, go to Settings and choose the “Activate VPN” under the network tab. You will then be asked for a username and a server address. If you aren’t sure about the address of the server, the network administrator can help you.
Soft resets can fix your iPad when it freezes. To do so, hold the power button and home button simultaneously for several seconds. Wait until your iPad begins to restart. If you wish for an app to be forcefully closed, hold your home button down for a couple of seconds.
Keep an eye on the apps currently running on your device. A lot of the apps on your iPad can run behind the scenes while you work on other things. To take a look at all running apps, double-click the Home button. This will show you the current apps at the bottom. Swipe your finger in a downward motion to close the window.
Did you accidentally start a loud application? Here is how to mute volume quickly: Press and hold the volume button. Your sound will be turned off fast. If you need it often, you can set it up so your lock button can also work as a button mute the iPad.
If constant barrages of Wi-Fi notifications are making you crazy, make some adjustments in “settings.” There is an opportunity for you to turn this off. Choose that and you won’t be bothered with incoming invites.
Shortcuts are a simple way to get out messages. Try pushing the space bar two times when you are writing something. A period and then a space will be added in. You don’t have to do it manually this way.
If you want to sync your Google Calendar with the iPad’s native calendar app, open the settings menu and navigate to Mail > Contacts > Calendars. Choose Other under Add An Account. Use the Add CalDAV icon to input your information for Google. Next, leave settings and open the calender. You should now be all set.
If you would rather not have Google as a default search engine, that can be changed. Access Safari and then Search Engine from the Settings menu. You can use alternatives like Bing or Yahoo instead of Google.
Now that you’ve taken the time to learn more information about using your iPad, you should be able to take care of your business more efficiently. It’s an amazing device. Read on to learn about the most recent iPad information. New apps are constantly be created, making the iPad your new best friend.