iPad and iPad Pro For Dummies, 11th Edition

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iPad and iPad Pro For Dummies, 11th Edition

iPad and iPad Pro For Dummies, 11th Edition

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Once you have an iPad, your next step should be learning about the physical features of the device and the accessories that come with it. This includes the different buttons and ports, how to turn the device on and off, how to charge the battery, and the importance of protecting the screen. Don’t keep your iPad connected. Your battery may lose power if you leave it connected to the USB port on an external keyboard. Double-press the Home button (if your iPad has one) or swipe up from the bottom of your screen to display App Switcher, which offers thumbnail views for any open apps; swipe to the right to see more apps.

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Use standard accessories to charge your iPad most effectively. The most effective way to charge your iPad is to plug it into a wall outlet by using the charging cable and power adapter that come with your iPad. The fastest way to charge the iPad is to turn it off while charging it. Reset the iPad. If the situation seems to be drastic and none of these ideas works, try to reset your iPad. To do this, press the top button and the Home button at the same time until the Apple logo appears onscreen. (This reset doesn’t interfere with the data on your iPad.) If you connect the USB cable to USB ports on your keyboard, USB hub, display, or other external device, or even the USB ports on an older Mac or PC, you may be able to sync but more than likely can’t charge the battery.

There are also some additional accessories you can buy, like the Apple Pencil (available for the iPad Pro and some iPads) and the Smart Keyboard (only available for the iPad Pro). You'll need to connect your iPad to the Internet to be able to use most of its features. It's easy to turn your iPad's wireless connection on or off and join nearby networks so you can go online. Once you join a network, your device will connect to it automatically whenever it's in range. If there are no networks in range, it will connect via 3G or 4G instead, but only if you have a 3G- or 4G-enabled device (and a contract with a wireless provider). To turn Wi-Fi on or off: Other accessories, like a case or cover for your iPad, are sold separately. If you don't have one yet, now's the time to look for something that fits your style, budget, and personal needs. The Apple Store has several options to choose from, including the popular Smart Cover. The Smart Cover was designed specifically for the iPad and can also be used as a stand. Keep tabs on remaining battery life. You can estimate the amount of remaining battery life by looking at the battery icon at the far-right end of the status bar, at the top of your screen. For even greater accuracy, open the Settings app and go to Battery→Battery Percentage and tap to toggle the switch on. Also make sure to have a soft, lint-free cloth for wiping fingerprints and smudges off the screen. Never use household cleaners, alcohol, or other abrasives. Wi-Fi

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Swipe down from the top-right corner of your screen to open Control Center, where you can enable and disable Wi-Fi, enable and disable Bluetooth, and much more. To move an item within an app, long-press the item until it lifts up. If the item is text, select it before you long-press it. Now, drag the item up or down to move it to a different part of the document. Drag to the very bottom or top of a long document, and it’ll scroll automatically. Lift your finger to drop the item. When you decide your child is ready for their own iPad, you can create an AppleID for them, add them to Family Sharing, guide their usage with parental controls, and set up other kid-friendly features.To copy an item between two open apps, open two apps in split view or slide over mode (in the first app, tap the multitasking icon (…), tap Split View or Slide Over, and then tap the second app), then press and hold down on the item until it lifts up. (If it’s text, select it before you tap and hold down.) Drag it to the other app. As you drag, a little green +-in-a-circle appears wherever you can drop the item. The iPad uses an on-screen soft-keyboard like the iPhone or iPod touch; but there's an optional, full-size keyboard available. And because the iPad has built-in Bluetooth 2.1, it works with the Apple Wireless Keyboard, as well. Note: If you already completed setup and want to use Move to iOS, you must erase your iPad and start over, or move your data manually. See the Apple Support article Move content manually from your Android device to your iPhone or iPad.



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