Advice For Using Your New IPad

iPads offer so many functions that a first time user may not know how to access. Even if you’re a seasoned iPad user, you can still use some simple and straightforward advice. The following article will provide you with wonderful tried and true tips that can make using this device seem less overwhelming!

Available Space

Keep an eye on the amount of downloadable space available on your iPad. After a few years of using an iPad many people find that they go to download something they want only to find that they do not have space available. Remove unwanted apps and music from time to time so this does not happen to you.

If you are using your iPad to type up documents and emails often, and want to speed up your process, try the following tip. After you complete a sentence, tap the space bar twice in a row. This will place the period for you to complete a sentence, and a space after the sentence.

Does your iPad contain private information that you don’t want other people to access? If so, then your iPad has a feature that will erase all its data whenever the passcode has been incorrectly inputted ten times. Simply go to the Settings tab, go to General, Passcode Lock, and finally Erase Data. Just make sure you don’t forget your passcode!

Keyboard Options

Filling out long forms using the iPad’s touch-sensitive keyboard is time-consuming and frustrating. Access the settings for the Safari browser, then select the AutoFill feature. Whenever you need to fill out a form while browsing with Safari, you can have your information plugged in automatically. This makes signing up and providing basic information much more convenient.

Lost & Found

Did you lose your iPad? If you use the Apple product iCloud, you will be able to located your iPad or your iPhone. Go to the iCloud website, log in and you will be able to locate your lost iPad or phone on a map. You can also access this feature on another iPad.

Most people do not know that you are allowed to add more than four items to the dock on an iPad. You are allowed to hold up to six at a time. To add something to the dock, press and hold the icon until it shakes, then drag it into the dock.

When you want a spelling suggestion, highlight the word you’re looking to replace. In the menu which appears, you’ll see a “Replace…” option. Click that and you should be offered a variety of replacements, from correct spelling to alternative words that are spelled very similarly, making word processing a snap.

You have taken the first step to working with your iPad by reading this article. When you gather enough knowledge on the subject of iPads, you will find some strange functions come to you as second nature. Apply what you have just read from the above article to find out how great your iPad really is!

Scott Johnson is a tech blogger who writes on behalf of companies such as Protectyourbubble.com smartphone insurer, a popular brand who insures gadgets that people can’t live without.ipad