Do you want to improve your user experience? Here are 10 tips and tricks that all diPad owners should know.
We will describe tips that will work on the iPad Pro, 9.7-inch iPad, iPad Air, iPad mini and other Apple tablets compatible with iOS 12.
10 tips and tricks on iPad
1. Move multiple applications at the same time
You can quickly move multiple apps at the same time. To do this, long press an icon, until all of them start to shake, then move a first application then, without letting go, tap on each other desired application. They will pile up under your first finger. You can then move them as a single application.
2. Move several elements
In the same principle as for moving applications, you can move several elements at the same time such as photos or files.
The little extra of this functionality is to be able to move them from one application to another.
Want a little bonus? You can create as many batteries as your fingers allow.
3. Sparer Safari in 2 notches
In landscape mode, you can have 2 Safari screens simultaneously, side by side. You can do this by long pressing on the link then Open it in Split View or drag the link to the right edge of the iPad. You can also use cmd + N with a physical keyboard.
4. Decrease the vivid colors
To decrease the intensity of bright colors, you can reduce the white point. Go to Settings> General> Accessibility> Adapt the display> Reduce the white point. Adjust as you feel.
5. Position your cursor precisely
Do you find it difficult to move your iPad cursor over text precisely? You can quickly and temporarily transform your keyboard into a trackpad and move around freely. You will need to use 2 of your fingers.
6. write faster
The new keyboard, since iOS 11, allows to have 2 characters displayed at the same time. You have to gesture down to use the small character at the top. On a classic French keyboard, you will slide down the g to write.
It is the keyboard key flicks or laperu of the character. It is possible to activate it in Settings> General> Keyboards> Character overview. If you do not have this option, it is enabled by default.
7. Harnessing the Power of USB-C
LUSB-C on your iPad allows you to connect various accessories, including screens, or keyboards. LiPad Pro and its USB-C port have enough power to charge your iPhone or Apple Watch.
8. Charge your iPhone faster with the iPad charger
With a USB-C to lightning cable and the adapter of your iPad Pro, you will be able to recharge your iPhone faster with its 18W.
9. Restart without the home button
AssistiveTouch is a tool originally created for those with their faulty home button, which is also very useful for people who have difficulty handling their device. You can include several shortcuts, including capturing the screen or restarting your device.
To set, activate and change the default shortcuts, go to Settings> General> Accessibility> AssistiveTouch> activate AssistiveTouch then Personalize the parent menu.
10. Make the most of multitasking
The possibilities of multitasking are vast. You can split your screen into 2 equal parts (or not), have an application that overlaps another while you are watching a picture-in-picture video. Treat yourself!
We hope this helped you. Did you know these 10 tips and tricks? Do you have any others?