Most iPad advancements are only as good as your knowledge in how to use it. You have to get to know the machine inside and out, and really learn how to work its magic. This article can help any iPad owner that wishes to get more out of their iPad, so keep reading.
VPN networks allow for access to remote servers. You can use a VPC on your iPad by going to Settings, Network, and then turning on the VPN. Before establishing a VPN connection, you will need to provide credentials such as a username or server address. If you aren’t sure of your server address, contact the network administrator.
Does your iPad continually ask you to join different networks? By going to settings, you may switch this feature off. Choose the Wi-Fi tab, and the last option on the page can be turned off if you do not wish to be prompted anymore.
It’s simple to turn off notifications about joining Wi-Fi networks. There is a tab you can select to stop your iPad from asking you to join networks. By selecting that, you’ll no longer receive all of the invites.
Lots of people find tablet typing to be tough, though with time, they get more comfortable. If you have issues, use speech dictation instead. Tap the Home button two times, and then tap the Microphone button. After you finish dictating, tap the microphone icon again, and you will see the text version of your dictation.
If you always prefer to read the owner’s manual for any new gadget, you will need to download the manual for the iPad. Apple is all about minimalism and they would rather you download one than to include one with all of their products.
If you need Google Calendar to work with your iPad, get into your mail and then contacts followed by calendars. Select Add An Account. When prompted for the type, choose Other. Select Add CalDAV Account and then insert your Google credentials. Now leave the settings area and access the calendar app. Now, all you need ought to be there!
If you want to keep all your webpages open, use new tabs to do it. If you are using Safari, tap and hold down the link and wait until a menu pops up. In this pop-up menu, you will have the option to open the new link in a new tab.
Is it annoying to press the bookmarks icon each time you need to go to your favorite sites? You can eliminate this annoyance by turning the bookmarks bar on permanently. Go to Settings, Safari, and then select Always Show Bookmarks Bar and turn it to On.
When you want to copy and then paste text, tap it and click Select. Then push “copy” and move over into a different app. Push the screen and hold down for a second. Now you will have an option for paste. If you want to copy a large chunk of text, you’ll need to quad-tap to get the whole block.
Apply your new knowledge when you wish to expand the usefullness of your iPad. If you put the advice presented here to good use, you will soon be using your iPad for far more than you ever knew was possible.