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The iPad is the greatest innovation of these last few years. Its small size makes it easily transportable. You can use it to work, play games, organize and read your life. You will find that iPads have incredibly broad functionality. Read this article to learn more about how you can make the best use of this tool.

It is easy to access all of the running apps on your iPad. Press the Home button twice to view all of your current apps. It is easy to switch to an app by tapping it on the bar. To remove the bar, swipe your screen downwards.

Is your iPad asking you permission to join wi-fi networks? You’re able to turn off this feature through the settings menu. Select that tab that says “Wi-Fi” and choose the option that is last on the page. This will stop you from getting prompts.

Make sure you check out your currently running apps. While you work on other things, some apps will continue running on your iPad in the background. Double clicking the Home button will let you know everything that is currently running. Any applications running at the time will be shown at the screen’s bottom in a bar. In order to eliminate the bar after you finish, Swipe down.

There are alternatives to viewing pictures if you do not want to click on the camera roll icon. Using your finger, swipe toward the right side, and you should see your video or picture. For earlier pictures, just swipe left instead.

If you are using your iPhone charger, your iPad will charge slower. The iPad charger is a 10 watt charger. The iPhone charger is a 5 watt charger. If you use the iPhone’s charger, it will take much longer to fully charge your iPad. To save time, charge your iPad with the included charger.

It’s essential that you know how to treat your iPad. You should avoid exposing your iPad to direct sunlight and to high temperatures. If it gets too hot, the battery can be damaged. Also, never put the iPad in a place in which liquids may damage it. You may also want to place a padded cover on top of it for even more protection.

There are limitless features to the iPad. It’s something the entire family will use. If there’s one in your home, learn all you can about its use, potential, and care. With the right knowledge, you’ll be amazed by how your daily life is affected by this gadget.

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Posted on Aug 21, 2017

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