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More Neat Things To Do With Your IPad

Richard Vanderhurst_More Neat Things To Do With Your IPad

An iPad does different things for different people. By plugging up a keyboard it becomes a word processor. You can add a joystick to make it a computer gaming system. Use the Facetime app to video conference with your friends and business associates. These tips help bring out the best in your iPad.

You can wipe out your iPad battery pretty quick if you use the device to game, play music or stream video content for long periods of time. Adjust the brightness of your screen if you would like to extend the battery’s life. You may find you can enjoy your iPad without using the brightest setting possible.

iPad’s iOS supports folders now. To do this, press and hold on an app for a while, and it will start to jiggle. Then, drag the app over the top of a different icon and release. Doing this will create a new folder, and inside you will be able to access either app, and it will automatically be named by category. You can rename the folder whatever you want.

VPN networks are used to access remote servers. You can connect to VPN connections using the iPad by navigating to Network, which is located under Settings, and turning on VPN. As will all VPNs, you’ll need a username and address. If the server address is not something you personally know, contact your network administrator.

You can do a soft reset in order to reboot a frozen iPad. To start, hold down your home and power buttons at the same time for several seconds. This will prompt your device to restart. If all you need is for an application to close, then hold down the home button. Keep it held for a second or two.

Regardless of the reason that you purchased your iPad, you will soon find that it has even more to offer than you expected. You’ll just need to learn a bit about what your iPad can do to fully get the most out of it. With this newfound knowledge you will get the most out of your iPad, enjoying it that much more!

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