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Whether you want to show off your neat home screen to your friends, attach a few in-app shots to an article, or take a snapshot of a spicy email your ex sent you, the iPad lets you screenshot without much fuss. The simple guide below will show you how to take a screenshot on iPad without having to download any app. Continue Reading…

The iPad has been for a few years now the most popular tablet by far. You probably knew that already. But did you know that women actually use it more than men when it comes to web browsing or mobile apps? The iPad might be more popular than you have thought. Here are some interesting iPad facts gathered by various research agencies during 2012 and the first half of 2013. Continue Reading…

The Apple ID consists of a valid email address and a password. You need an Apple ID to log into the iTunes Store as well as to use web services like iCloud and iWork. Most users create their Apple ID as soon as they activate an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad via the My Apple ID homepage. To change your Apple ID you don’t have to reset or wipe your device. Find out below how to change Apple ID on iPad. Continue Reading…

Keeping your iPad application icons organized will help you avoid clutter and improve productivity a little. There are two convenient ways to move icons, either manually, directly from the device, or through a computer with iTunes. In this article you’ll discover how to do both. Continue Reading…

The iPad is a powerful tool for business or for pleasure, and because of that it is a bit of an investment; and while we would hardly call it fragile, it doesn’t take too much force to render the device useless. Using a case for the iPad is a great idea to provide a little protection. Cases can be made of anything it seems: leather, vinyl, plastic, wood, even cork. Their prices, too, can be anywhere on the map; some of them can be had for as low as $20 and some are nearly as expensive as the iPad itself. Here a few of the best iPad cases available: Continue Reading…

iPad content restrictions enable parents to control what kind of content their children can enjoy while using the tablet. Restricting content is probably an underused featured – not only in iOS, but across all operating systems and devices that offer it – but it can have a really big impact on how much time your children ‘waste’ with the iPad. Want your kids to go out more? Continue Reading…

Many apps available for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad let you buy various upgrades such as premium features, content, or expansions. Games, in particular, offer tempting in-app purchases that add new content or grant you access to special items. But what happens when your children buy them without your knowledge? Continue Reading…

On the iPad you can delete images individually, or you can delete image groups and albums. Although it might not be obvious to all users, the delete photos option is indeed there, and it’s easy to use. The simple guides below will show you how to delete photos on iPad. Continue Reading…

Bookmarking a web page so you can quickly return to it later is a simple feature that all web browsers have, whether they run on computers or hand-held devices. The iPad has a bookmarking feature as well, but it’s not that conspicuous, which leaves many users wondering whether is it possible for them to bookmark a page or not. Find out below how to bookmark on iPad. Continue Reading…

How to Print on iPad

Chris Page —  July 12, 2013 — 1 Comment

The great thing about iPad printing is that it can work wirelessly on most popular printers. That makes it more convenient than computer printing – you can do it basically anywhere, at any time, so long as you have access to Wi-Fi and to a printer. Continue reading to learn how to print on iPad wirelessly through AirPrint. Continue Reading…

5 iPad Cleaning Tips

Chris Page —  July 10, 2013 — Leave a comment

The more you use your iPad, the dirtier it will get. Like most other users, you probably take it everywhere with you, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, at the cafe, at the workplace, in the park, in the car, and in a dozen other places. All that fingering will grime the screen sooner or later. Here are some tips that will help you on proper iPad cleaning; Continue Reading…

Restoring an iPad with iTunes requires that you plug your device into your computer. Restoring your tablet with iCloud, on the other hand, only requires that you have access to the Internet, and can be done anywhere, at any time, making it a lot more convenient. It’s especially useful when you buy a new tablet and want to move all the settings and data from your old device into the new one. Here’s a brief step-by-step how to restore an iPad with iCloud guide. Continue Reading…

I’m sure you’ve seen the sites. They are popping up all over the place. They go by a lot of names, but are commonly called penny auctions. They promise inexpensive offerings like cheap iPads, TVs, and other high-end pieces of technology. But are these sites, that often claim to have cheap iPads at as low as $40 or $50, too good to be true? Continue Reading…

Long drives used to be murder on families, especially when there were young kids involved. Many children can’t read while on the road due to motion sickness, and there are only so many rounds of 20 questions or I Spy you can play before a child’s attention span is somewhere else. Apple devices can help with this conundrum. While they are certainly excellent social and business tools, you can also find a tremendous variety of educational applications for iPad that can entertain kids while they learn. Continue Reading…

In October of 2012, Apple released the iPad Mini, a smaller and more portable version of the tablet PC that was almost single-handedly responsible for reviving the tablet market. Already, though less than a year old, the iPad Mini and similar 8-inch display tablets are expected to reach almost 12% market share in 2013, according to market research firm TrendForce. There are some obvious advantages to the smaller iPad, but the older size has distinct benefits as well. Continue Reading…

With the proliferation of smart phones and tablets one of the biggest concerns is how to keep your iPhone and iPad safe and secure. Continue Reading…

According to studies, in 2009 about 40% of all new HIV infected people were aged below 30. This was a 21% increase from a few years earlier. Scientist Kim Hieftje, who took part in the studies discussed a new game developed for iPads to help  prevent HIV in the Games for Health forum in Boston. Continue Reading…

Apple is said to release both the iPad Mini 2 and iPad 5 in July, but there is still speculation about whether or not they will include iOS 7. There have been reports that both tablets will be ready for the masses in July but Apple has said that iOS 7 won’t be ready before fall. Even though some experts say that it may be ready earlier as scheduled, in August, but that will be after the two iPads have been released. Continue Reading…

The iPad isn’t only for grownups and children, it’s for cats too! There are a couple of awesome apps for pets in the App Store that can turn your device into a wonderful toy for your cat. But before you grab them you’ll want to buy first a nice protective case/screen for your device, to make sure that no furry paws will scratch it. Continue Reading…

While the iPhone and iPad are primarily used for making calls, browsing the internet, and keeping in contact with business colleagues, friends and family, some like to take advantage of the incredible computing power offered by these devices by playing high powered games. You can take advantage of the iPhone and iPad sixaxis controller, which allows you to play high-definition games that are almost on par with the quality of PS3 and Xbox 360 games. A sixaxis controller is a device which bridges the connection between a PS3 dualshock controller and the built-in gamepad and control functions on your iPad. Using a PS3 controller with your iPad and iPhone is easy after following the directions below.

How to Make iPhone and iPad Sixaxis Controller
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