The iPad has quickly become the go-to tool for users of all ages. Kids enjoy playing games or using it for school work, while elderly people can take advantage of the zoom option to be able to read websites and documents more easily. The possibilities are endless. Here you will learn about a few of the most often used features, and this information will help to make your tool more useful and versatile.
Don’t use your iPhone charger for your iPad if you are short on time. The iPad has a totally different wattage than the iPhone (10 watts compared to 5 watts). It takes much longer to fully charge the iPad with a iPhone charger. To save time, charge your iPad with the included charger.
Typing on iPads is something that requires getting used to. If you have issues, use speech dictation instead. Depress the Home button two times, then touch the microphone icon. After you have dictated your piece, tap the icon one more time and your text will display.
The iPad’s default setting shows two lines of every email prior to it being opened. You may want to be able to see more content. Go to the Settings and then tap on Mail. Select Contacts under Mail, then select Calendar to alter the options for additional lines in Preview mail.
Sending emails is easier when you use the shortcuts available. For example, tapping the space bar twice when typing a sentence will add a period and a space. This automatic method will save you time so you can send your friends more messages.
After you’ve gone over this article, it should now be clear that this tool can do a lot for you. Try these new features and broaden your horizons. When you learn all you can about it, you will see how great it really is.