iPads have taken our modern world by a storm, and it isn’t hard to grasp why. There are hundreds of unique functions that an iPad offers, but a simple laptop just doesn’t cut close. Read on below for some unique insider tips that can make using your new device a cinch!
Your iPad will now support a VPN connection. You just need to configure it first. Start by going to your Settings menu. Look under General to find Network. Choose the VPN and switch that slider to On. You can then add the VPN configuration using your account details and server.
Are you constantly annoyed by the AutoCorrect on your iPad? Try this trick in the future. After you finish typing your word, tap on it in the suggestion’s area. That will ensure that you get what you typed instead of the AutoCorrect suggested word that automatically gets inserted when you hit a space.
Open pages in new tabs. When you find a website in Safari, hold your finger on the link. A menu will appear. This pop-up menu offers you an option to view the new link on a new tab.
Do you want to make sure everything you bookmark on your computer is also bookmarked in Safari on your iPad? This is easy to do using iTunes. On the Info tab, you go to the Other option and select the option to sync your bookmarks with Safari or your other preferred browser.
It’s simple to copy some text and paste it elsewhere on the iPad. Whatever text that you hope to cut and paste should be tapped and then held. Then choose select to pick the particular sentence that you want. If you tap once more, you will be presented with the option to copy. Paste that text by just tapping, holding, and choosing Paste.
Would you like your iPad to display a slideshow of all your pictures when it is not in use? This is easy to do. After you lock the screen, you will see a picture icon appear in the bottom right corner. Simply touch this icon, and the iPad will start the slideshow.
The best case truly insures your iPad against damage. You should invest more than a few dollars in a strong, protective hard or soft case. A folio is another excellent choice as it protects both the screen and the iPad itself. $50-80 is a good estimate of the cost of a truly protective case, so don’t cheap out!
Try to avoid keeping your iPad screen set at 100 percent brightness. Keeping your screen set at maximum brightness can diminish your battery life significantly. This means you have to spend more time plugging your iPad in, and less time using it. It’s easy to change your screen settings, and a setting of 30 or 40 percent is usually adequate for most iPad usage.
Using your iPad is really not hard when you know how to use all of the functions it offers. By taking the time to read and review some great tips, you will find how much easier using an iPad can be. Apply all that you’ve learned today to ensure you are using all of your iPad’s functions.