Everyone wants to own a tablet and especially an iPad. If you have not yet jumped on the bandwagon, you are missing out! No matter who you are, there is surely something that an iPad can do for you. Learn more about some lesser known things you can do with the iPad.
A VPN lets you get access to remote servers. You can use a VPC on your iPad by going to Settings, Network, and then turning on the VPN. You are going to be prompted for both your username and the address of the server. If you don’t know the address of the server, contact the network administrator.
Pay close attention to the apps that you run on your iPad. A lot of the apps on your iPad can run behind the scenes while you work on other things. Double-click the Home button if you want to find out what apps are currently running. The currently running apps will appear on a bar. This will be located at the bottom. Swipe downwards to make the bar disappear when you’ve finished.
You do not have to deal with the question asking you to join new Wi-Fi networks. You’ll see the option about Joining Networks. Pick that option, and you will not see notifications any longer.
If you are a person that needs to have a manual with whatever you buy, you need to download the iPad’s one should you need it. Apple is not providing a manual with every product to encourage customers to download a manual rather than wasting paper.
Are you annoyed when your iPad audibly alerts you to every new email? This can be turned off! You can access your settings in the general area. Under the General tab, select Sounds. You may turn off the New Mail sound, or lower its volume.
You can add Google Calendar to your calendar app by going to Mail/Contacts/Calendars. Navigate to Add An Account, and then tap Other. Choose “CalDAV” as the account type and type in your Google credentials. After you’ve done this, leave the settings, then tap the calendar app. Now you should have everything you need there!
Set up your FaceTime emails and phone numbers. Facetime can then sync up the information that you input with your contact. If you have other email accounts associated with FaceTime, change the information in the Settings.
It is easy to access running applications quickly. Press home twice and the bar will appear. Rather than scrolling for apps, you’ll be able to find them instantly.
Your iPad is fabulous for playing music, but have you discovered podcasts? You can find radio programs lasting from two minutes to two hours on any subject. If you crave something a little more stimulating during your morning commute, try a podcast. You will definitely be able to find a subject that interests you.
The advice you have just been given will really assist you when using the iPad. Choose your favorite tips and tricks, and apply them to your daily life. Print the article or save it for reference in case you don’t remember some tips.