Everyone either has an iPad somewhere at home or is considering purchasing one because of their durability and convenience
Everyone either has an iPad somewhere at home or is considering purchasing one because of their durability and convenience. But, aside from the obvious, what can you actually do with your iPad to get the best possible use out of it?
If you do a lot of work and writing on your iPad or you plan to buy one for business purposes, one cool way to get the best possible use out of it is to make use of the virtual touchpad. Whenever the keyboard is displayed, you can activate the touchpad allowing you to move the cursor and select text more quickly and accurately. This can help you to save A LOT of time when meeting deadlines!
Maybe you aren’t so quick at typing and don’t understand savvy technological features. So, you can still get great use out of your iPad for work purposes by using the voice dictator! As you’ve also probably heard Siri can do anything you ask to help boost your iPad productivity.
You can switch between apps quickly and efficiently by double clicking the home button. This is a simple but effective feature that actually, a lot of iPad users aren’t aware of because the older models didn’t have this feature. So, save your time, don’t reload the apps and just swap whenever you please! This is also a quick way to close all of your apps to help save your battery life and increase the speed of your iPad.
A newer feature that has been added to iOS products, is AirDrop! You can transfer documents, photos, videos etc from one apple device to another within a second. A great feature to quickly get something sent over instead of messing around with message waiting times and emails!
Autocorrect can be annoying, right? Autocorrect sometimes won’t even recognise your name or will think that you are trying to say something completely out of context. Well, your iPad can show you the word correction without automatically correcting it! So, you can easily correct misspelt words without having to worry about autocorrection.