Learn About The Great Features Of The IPad

It is very easy to use an iPad. One touch of the screen will allow you to add an application. So many more functions are available and the following article will help touch on a few of the best and most efficient.

Did you accidentally start a noisy app? Mute the volume quick by pressing and then holding your volume down button. Do this until you can’t hear anything. The lock orientation can also be configured to mute your device.

Wi-Fi notifications can quickly become irritating, so change them in the settings application. An option that asks you if you want to join networks exists and it can be changed. Turn that setting off, and you will finally be rid of the constant notifications.

The factory setting for previewing an email shows you two lines before opening it. This way you can screen your emails. To change this, navigate to the mail tab of the settings menu. Got to Mail and choose Contacts. After that choose Calendar and change the options for previewing mail.

If you want to put your calendar on the iPad calendar you should click on the mail and then your contacts and then your calendar. Hit Add An Account and hit Other. Tap Add CallDAV Account and then enter your Google data. Click the home button to exit the settings menu and enter your calendar application. All that you need should be right there.

It is very important that you know how to take care of your iPad. First, keep the iPad away from direct sun and never leave it in a hot car. The heat will damage the battery. Also, be sure to avoid placing your iPad in places where its electronic components could be damaged by liquids. Buy a type of padded cover to add protection to the iPad.

Although they are simple to operate, if you know more about the device, you can get more out of it. Use the tips you’ve learned here to make your experience even better. You will find that this tablet meets your needs more readily as you start to learn more about it.

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