iPad offers a variety of great apps and features that make it a must have for anyone looking to get an extraordinary device. However, you must educate yourself on how to properly use an iPad to get the most out of the user experience. Read on below for some great tried and true tips to work with your new iPad!
The iPhone charger was NOT build for the iPad. The iPad charger is a 10 watt charger. The iPhone charger is a 5 watt charger. If you charge the iPad with an iPhone charger, it can take double the amount of time to charge. Instead, just use the charger that came with the iPad.
For the devoted iPad user who spends a lot of time traveling, it is essential to carry an extra battery that has been charged. It is very inconvenient to run out of juice while on a plane or train, with no hope of plugging in a charger until the destination has been reached.
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.
You can access your running apps more quickly and easily. By double clicking the home button, the apps will come up immediately on the bottom of your device. That one trick saves you time so you don’t need to scroll through everything to find what you need.
Get a USB keyboard. When you get a keyboard, you expand your abilities with the iPad. Keyboards are often more comfortable for posting on Facebook, forums and doing other online writing. That allows you to be more efficient. Some keyboards double as a case, so check out the options available.
Copy and paste is no longer a feature only accessible on your home computer. With a simple tap of the button, you can select any area of text and copy it to your clipboard. When you’re ready to paste, tap the button once more and select the “paste” option. This is perfect for duplicate messages or sharing an idea more than once.
Unlike a personal computer where you need to constantly worry about viruses and spyware, the iPad is incredibly well protected against these things. Be sure to update your device as often as possible, but in general you need not worry about destroying your iPad with unsafe web-surfing or downloaded applications.
The iPad’s second keyboard is full of special characters, but it can be tiresome attempting to engage this new window over and over again. Holding the “?” key and quotations will pop up in their place. This is a quick save that prevents wasted time and unneeded button presses. If you are quoting a reference or part of speech, this will become a handy hotkey.
As you can see, there are hundreds of things out there that you probably never knew your iPad could do. This article has just discussed some of the common tried and true tips that can make your iPad easier to maneuver. Use some or all of the great tips discussed in this article for optimal usage.…