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Is connecting the iPad to the TV an option you have considered doing? There is an adapter you can use to do this with newer TVs. You will need to get an Apple VGA adapter or a digital AV adapter. Either works perfectly.
It is possible to download photos from your camera right to your iPad. There is no need for a third machine. Just remove the SD card from your camera and insert it directly into the SD-card reader on the iPad. This will use your device for mass-storage and can be great when working with your pictures or documents.
You might not think you have to but you should activate a extra security on the iPad. It's always possible that you could lose it, and your iPad typically contains lots of personal information, such as phone numbers, emails, and maybe even your bank information or social security number.
The iPhone charger isn't ideal for quickly charging your tablet. The wattage is different, causing a delay. It will take much longer to fully charge your iPad if you use the iPhone's charger. Use the charger that came with your iPad instead.
Just double-tap any text you want to copy on your iPad. This is a more difficult strategy when you are dealing with paragraphs. If you want to copy the entire paragraph, tap the text four times. This also works for URL addresses.
Do you have an Apple TV along with an iPad? If so, you can stream iPad content to your television. You can choose to send specific programming right to your TV by tapping on any video or slideshow that has the Airplay icon.
A great resource for any question regarding your iPad is an online forum. There are dozens of websites dedicated to learning more about the iPad. Look into forum archives to find huge amounts of helpful information.
Do you find it irritating that you have to constantly tap your bookmarks icon to view your favorite sites? Turn the Bookmarks Bar on instead! Just click on Settings, then Safari, then turn on Always Show the Bookmarks Bar.
You know your iPad has a tiny camera image in the bottom left of the screen, but you do not actually have to tap this to view the most recently taken video or picture. Just swipe the screen to the right and your content will appear. Swipe left in a continuous motion to see prior photos.
Do you hate trying to scroll down as you surf online? Tapping the bar at the top of the page will return you to the top without having to use the scroll bar. You can do this in other apps that require scrolling too.
Do your eyes feel like they are straining when you read on the iPad? To remedy this, dim the screen's brightness while you read. To lower screen brightness, either go to iPad Settings or use the iBook app's brightness control.
The latest operating system, iOS, allows you to use folders on your iPad. Tap an app and hold the icon until it jiggles. Then, drag the app onto a second app and let go. 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, if you like.
Your iPad will come preloaded with apps that you may never use. But some of these apps cannot be removed. Drop them in a folder that is moved to a spot far away from your usual screen haunts. This lets you keep your focus on the things you use quite a bit.
Are you tired of typing? Give the dictation feature a try instead. On the keyboard you can tap the key that looks like a microphone, say what you want out loud, and then click it again. When you click on it again you can turn the words that you said into text and edit them.
Make sure to check the history of your iPad before you try to show someone else how Safari works. It wouldn't be good if someone opened your browser and saw something you'd rather have kept private. The Safari browser will automatically load up whatever page you visited last, so be aware of this before giving your iPad to someone else.