When one buys an iPad, they’re expecting fireworks as they open the box. Once they turn it on, sometimes they find that the whole situation can be daunting and confusing. Getting the most out of your iPad means learning all you can about the technology and apps available, so read on for some advice.
Are you having a hard time typing on your iPad? You should get a Bluetooth wireless keyboard. Your iPad will recognize any Bluetooth keyboard instantly. If you use the keyboard a lot, purchase a case with a Bluetooth keyboard directly built in it so you do not have to carry your keyboard. everywhere
Protect your sensitive data with the Delete All function. Worried about losing your identity if your iPad is ever lost or stolen? Simply enable the Erase Data security setting. In the event of 10 incorrect passcode entries, the iPad will automatically erase all personal data. You can find this option in the Settings menu, under General > Passcode Lock.
Many iPad games and apps have a feature that notifies you whenever some action is performed. For example, you may receive a notification from Words With Friends that it is your turn to play, or you might have a Twitter alert that tells you someone has re-tweet something. Disable these notifications unless they are absolutely necessary. These frequent updates can shorten the life of your iPad’s battery.
It is a good idea to turn off your iPad’s push mail. A lot of mail accounts default settings go to Push as a delivery mechanism. This automatically will push your new mail as soon as available. This can be distracting and interfere with what you are working on. Turn this feature off.
With what you’ve read here, you should know enough to ensure your iPad is working for you. You can free yourself of ethernet cables and desktop PCs now that you have one of the most effective technologies available. Keep reading as this technology is rapidly bettering itself, so you must stay on top of new developments to become an iPad master in no time.