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iPad: Most Popular Articles

These articles are the most popular over the last month.
How to Connect Your iPad to Your TV
Would you rather see your iPad on your HDTV? It's actually rather easy to connect your iPad to your TV, though you may need a special cable to get the job done. And if you have Apple TV, you can even watch your iPad on your TV without the wires!
What Is AirDrop? How Does It Work?
AirDrop will make its debut on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch with the iOS 7.0 release. But what is it? How does it work? Do you even want it? AirDrop may be one of the coolest features of the iOS 7 release.
Erase All the Data From Your iPad to Make it...
It is a good idea to reset the iPad to factory default when selling it or giving it to a family member. This process can also solve persistent issues with the iPad that don't clear up after rebooting the device and are resistant to other troubleshooting steps.
How to Play Flash on the iPad
Did you know you can play Flash videos and games on the iPad? While Apple doesn't offer native support for Flash, several web browsers provide Flash support for the iPad.
How to Manage Cookies in the iPad's Safari...
You can easily turn on private browsing on the iPad, and while this used to be accomplished via the iPad's settings, Apple moved the switch to the browser with the iOS 7 update. Find out where it is located and what it does.
Temple Run 2 Tips and Powerups
Temple Run 2 is the sequel to the addictive game that kickstarted the endless running game genre. These tips will help you survive longer and top your friends' score on the leaderboards.
Clean Up Safari's History on the iPad
Did you know you can clear cookies and delete your web history from the Safari browser? You can even delete cookies for an individual website if you'd like to preserve the cookies on the sites you browser frequently.
Can't Connect Your iPad to Wi-Fi? Try This...
If you are having problems connecting to WiFi with your iPad, there are a number of things you can try to do to solve the issue. Most of the time, you can be back and connected within just a few short minutes.
How to Reboot Your iPad When It Won't Respond...
If you are experiencing issues with the iPad, whether it is an unresponsive iPad, apps randomly crashing, or the iPad simply running too slow, it might be time to reboot the iPad.
How to Fix a Slow iPad
Is your iPad running slow? Does it seem to get bogged down after a few hours? This is not an uncommon problem, and it is usually caused by an errant application or an app that is running in the background and taking up too much memory or processing power. Luckily, this is also relatively easy to fix.
25 Must-Have iPad Apps
You've got your iPad, and now you are ready to fill up with with great apps. But what to download? This list of must-have iPad apps has you covered no matter where your interests may lie.
How to Fix iPad When Passcode Has Disabled It
The security features of the iPad will cause it to disable itself after several passcode attempts have been made. Usually, this is just temporary, but if the passcode continues to be entered incorrectly, the iPad can be disabled permanently.
What to Do If Your iPad Won't Charge
If you are having problems charging your iPad when it is connected to your computer, you are not alone. While your iPhone or iPod may not have a problem charging via the USB port on your computer, the iPad requires considerably more power.
What to Do When Your iPad Will Not Rotate
One of the neat features of the iPad is the ability for the screen to rotate as you turn the device, so when this stops working, it can be frustrating. Luckily, this is an easy issue to fix.
Hey! Where'd My AirPlay Icon Go?
The most common reason for a missing AirPlay icon is network connectivity issues, which can usually be solved by following a few easy troubleshooting steps.
How to Upgrade Your iPad to iOS 7.1
iOS 7.1 fixes some of the issues with the iOS 7 update, including some relief for those who felt the new interface was making them sick. So how do you upgrade to iOS 7? Read on...
A User's Guide to Your New iPad
You can also create a folder of icons on the iPad screen. To do this, enter the "move state" by touching
How to Fix a Stuck iPad
It can be very frustrating when the iPad is frozen, especially if it freezes during an important task or if it frequently becomes stuck. Luckily, this is usually an easy problem to fix.
iPad Recovery Mode: Fix a Locked or Stuck-at-Ap...
Has your iPad become locked from too many failed passcode attempts or become frozen at Apple's logo? The iPad's recovery mode is designed as a catch-all to help restore an iPad even when you can't get into the iPad's settings.
12 Great iPad Tips Every Owner Should Know
Did you know your iPad comes with a ton of free books? You can also lock it's orientation, skip apostrophes while typing and turn down the brightness to save battery life. The quick tips are just a few among many that can save you a lot of time and energy using your iPad.
How to Close an iPad App
It is important to know how to close an app that is running on your iPad. Sometimes, shutting down an errant app is the best way to cure problems with the iPad.
How to Fix an iPad That Won't Update
If you have an app that is stuck during the update process or will not download completely, there is no need to panic. A few quick troubleshooting steps should be enough to kickstart the process and convince the iPad to install your app.
How to Turn On and Use Siri on the iPad
The first step in using Siri on the iPad is turning Siri on, which can be done in the iPad's settings.
20 Great Uses for the iPad
Between its ability to stream movies to its ability to play great games to the thousands of apps available in the Apple App Store, you may be surprised about how many great uses there are for the iPad.
How to Restore the iPad to "Out of the Box"...
The process of restoring an iPad to factory default settings allows you to transfer the iPad to a new
The Best Free iPad Apps for Toddlers
The App Store has a lot of great apps for toddlers that can turn your iPad into an entertainment and educational tablet, but which ones are worth the download? We take a look at some of the best free apps designed for our youngest of users.
Is There a Virus That Can Effect Your iPad?
The addition of an anti-virus app to the Apple app store may have some worried about whether or not the iOS platform truly is safe and secure from viruses. As we explain, there is little need to be worried right now.
Which iPad is the One to Get?
The iPad 3 includes a higher definition screen, faster processor and the voice recognition introduced with the iPhone 4S. But is it worth the upgrade? Or is the iPad 2 the best bet?
Save Money by Turning Off In-App Purchases on...
The ability to turn off in-app purchases is located in the iPad settings parental controls and restrictions section. This is where you disable in-app purchases, which is important if you have a small child in the house or the iPad is used for the whole family.
How to Protect Your iPad with Parental Controls
The iPad's parental controls allow you to restrict how your child uses the iPad, from disabling the Safari browser to limit which websites your child can view to putting an age restriction on the apps downloaded. You can even turn off app downloads completely, which allows you to closely monitor what your child is doing on the iPad.
Get the Best Deal Possible on an iPad
There are a number of ways you can cut the cost from the price tag and buy a cheap iPad, such as buying refurbished or going for a used unit. These tips will help steer you to the best deals for an iPad and how to get the most discount with the least worry.
3 Ways You Can Use Your iPad or iPad Mini as a...
The iPad may be too big to replace your cell phone, but it can place phone calls if you set up the right software on it. There are actually several different ways to place calls on the iPad, and in this article, we'll detail three popular ways to do it.
What is Photo Stream?
Photo Stream can be a great way to share photos between your devices once you learn how to use it and utilize the shared photo streams in order to send photos to friends and family.
How to Get a DVD Onto an iPad
If you want to convert a DVD into an iPad-compatible file, you will need a DVD ripper and a way to convert the files into an MP4 file. Luckily, there are some great free options available to do this very thing.
Hacking FaceTime To Place Calls with the Same...
The introduction of the dual-facing cameras on the iPad 2 made it possible to place FaceTime calls between two iDevices, which is great for those looking to use the iPad as a surrogate phone or who want to place calls between their iPad and their iPhone.
Love Strategy Games? These Are the Best for iPad
Do you love great strategy games? Are you a nut for tower defense? The iPad has an excellent mix of strategy of both the turn-based and real-time variety, including plenty of tower and castle defense titles like the classic game play of TowerMadness and the funny one-liners in Army of Darkness Defense.
How to Delete Email on the iPad
For those who like to keep their email inbox clean, it is important to know how to delete email on the iPad. Luckily, Apple made this task a bit more simple than on an iPhone, and there are actually two different methods you can use to delete email from your iPad.
Why Can't I Upgrade to iOS 6.0 on my iPad?
Have you been locked out of the recent iOS update? Unfortunately, the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system (iOS 6.0) is not compatible with the original iPad. But what does that mean for original iPad owners?
Basic iPad Troubleshooting Tips
Did you know there is one single troubleshooting tip that can solve most problems? A problem with your iPad doesn't mean you have to call support. Most of the time, you can fix the problem yourself.
How AirPlay Works on the iPad
So, you have Apple TV or some AirPlay-compatible speakers and now you want to use Airplay on your iPad but you don't know how to turn it on. Using AirPlay with the built-in music and video apps is easy, but it can be more difficult to find the controls for third-party apps.
Find Out How You Can Text on the iPad
Did you know you can use the iPad to text people? There are a number of solutions, including a few easy ways to place free text messages.
Is it Really a Good Idea to Jailbreak Your iPad?
Jailbreaking your device allows access to a greater range of apps and possibilities, but this is not without some cost. Before jailbreaking your iPad or iPhone, it is important to understand all of the pros and cons. Page 2.
Great Safari Alternatives to Web Browsing on...
Are you looking for an alternative to the Safari web browser on the iPad? There are plenty of great third-party browsers, including web browsers that support Flash, file uploads, multi-tabbed viewing and syncing to desktop browsers.
iPad vs. Android: Which Tablet Should You Buy?
The first choice in buying a tablet computer is deciding between the iPad and an Android-based tablet like the Google Nexus 7 or Amazon Kindle Fire HD.
How to Setup iMessage on the iPad
Did you know you can use iMessage on your iPad to send free text messages to anyone with an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch? So long as they have iMessage setup as well, you can send as many messages as you want without racking up a huge phone bill.
The Best iPad Apps for Watching TV and Movies
The iPad is often referred to as a 'consumption device,' which means a device intended for the consumption of media. And while this is not altogether correct -- there are many great uses for the iPad -- it does make a great device for reading books and watching movies. But before you can really take advantage of the iPad, you need which are the best apps for streaming movies and video.
We Check Out Apple's Digital AV Adapter
The lack of an HDMI port on the original iPad was largely considered one of its biggest missing features. And while the iPad 2 does not have an HDMI port on the device itself, Apple released the Digital AV Adapter alongside the iPad 2, giving all iOS products (iPad, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G) the ability to get on the big screen.
New iPad? 8 Tips to Help You Use It Like a Pro
Are you ready to learn how to use the iPad? These lessons will take you from the very basics of what's in the box and what those buttons on it do to how to navigate the iPad to how to get the most out of it.
How Much Storage Should Your iPad Have?
One of the hardest decisions to make when deciding on an iPad model is how much Flash memory to get with your new iPad. The amount of iPad memory will determine the number of movies, songs, photos and apps that can be loaded onto the device.
iPad and Apple TV: The Perfect Couple
Did you know you can control Apple TV with your iPad? You can even throw your iPad's display to your television set using AirPlay and Apple TV. These tricks make Apple TV among the best accessories to get for your iPad.
How to Attach a Photo to an Email Message on...
Have you come up blank trying to attach a photo to an email message using the iPad? Don't worry, it's not as hard as you think. You simply need to know the secret.
The Best iPad Role-Playing Games Money Can Buy
Role-playing games and the iPad tend to go hand-in-hand. While some game genres, like first-person shooters, can come off awkward on a touch device if not done just right, RPGs tend to fall in line with the iPad's mechanics.
How to Split the iPad Keyboard in Half (And Why...
Did you know that you can split the iPad Keyboard in two? The iPad Keyboard can be split to provide easier typing with the thumbs, with one half of the keyboard going to one side of the screen and the other half going to the other side of the screen. Page 4.
7 Ways to Create a Kid-Friendly iPad
The iPad can be childproofed to make it very kid-friendly while restricting access to parts of the Internet better left for adults rather than children. By applying parental controls, disabling Safari and YouTube and limiting access to the app store, you can feel safe that your child isn't getting into anything they shouldn't when playing with the iPad.
What to Do When Your iPad Won't Connect to iTunes
An iPad needs to be connected to iTunes for important system updates and backing up your applications and data, so when iTunes doesn't recognize the iPad, it can cause problems.
Which iPad is Which?
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Move Photos From Your iPad to PC Without Syncing
You don't have to sync your iPad to get your photos off it. You can manually copy photos from you iPad to your PC, which is actually quicker to do than syncing your iPad through iTunes.
How to Tether Your iPad to Your iPhone
Did you know you can tether your iPad to your iPhone? And with Verizon's iPhone 5, this is a free service, which makes the devices a great combination.
7 Tips to Keep Your iPad Running Forever
Did you know the iPad can back itself up on a regular basis? It's also a bad idea to use window cleaner on your iPad. These maintenance tips will steer you towards the best ways to keep your iPad optimized and running smoothly.
10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with...
The iPad's settings contain a number of different ways to configure the iPad, many of which can be key to troubleshooting problems with the iPad. You can also tweak the settings to get the most out of your iPad's battery life.
How to Copy Photos to the iPad's PhotoStream
Apple's Photo Stream is great, but it is missing the ability to easily copy photos from your old collection to your photostream. Luckily, that is a problem that is easily fixed.
8 Things You Can Do to Extend iPad Battery Life
How to save iPad battery life by turning off features you do not use and adjusting settings to optimize the iPad's batter life expectancy.
How to Make Your iPad Sleep Like a Baby
The iPad Sleep/Wake button is the small, black button at the top right-hand corner of the iPad.
How to Delete Photos on Your iPad
Did you know you can delete multiple photos from your iPad without going to each individual photo and manually deleting it? This time-saving technique is great if you need to purge a lot of photos from your iPad. Page 2.
iPad Notifications Are Draining Your Battery!...
Push notifications are a great way to interact with apps, but it can also use up precious battery life on your iPad. Luckily, you can easily turn push notifications off in the settings.
A List of iPad Models / Generations
A roundup of the different iPad generations, including the iPad Mini. The iPads are broken out by generation and model, including model number for identifying specific iPads.
6 Ways to Turn Your iPad into a Portable TV
If you've ever wanted to turn your iPad into a portable TV, you might be happy to know that several great solutions exist for watching TV on your tablet. Many solutions give you full access to your home cable network, while one adds an antenna to your iPad, which means you can watch TV without using your data connection.
5 Things You Can Do with the iPad Home Button
The iPad Home Button is one of the few external buttons on the iPad. It's uses include waking up the iPad when ready to use it and exiting out of applications.
Easy Steps to Sync Your iPad with iTunes
The ability to sync an iPad with iTunes will let you transfer apps, movies, music, photos and even document files between your PC or Mac and your iPad. It's a great way to get media onto your iPad and a great way to backup your iPad.
Play Your Favorite Card Games on Your iPad
Deck-building collectible card games like Magic: The Gathering have made the leap to the iPad in high style with beautifully drawn cards and engaging game play similar to the tabletop experience.
How to Use Home Sharing on Your iPad
You'll be surprised at just how easy it is to set up iPad Home Sharing, and once you have it enabled, you can easily pull up your entire music or movie collection on your iPad.
We Review the Miniest iPad of Them All: iPad Mini
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How Does the 3rd Generation Apple TV Stack Up?
Apple TV might not be the best stand-alone device on the market for media streaming, but if you own an iPad or iPhone, Apple TV is easily one of the best accessories you can buy for it.
Just Bought Your First iPad? Do These 15 Things...
Now that you have an iPad, it is time to set it up for you to use. The process is relatively painless, but there are a few questions you will need to answer, such as whether or not to use location services and whether you should turn on iCloud to back up the iPad.
4 Steps to Sharing Pics Using Apple's PhotoStream
The PhotoStream will let you keep your iPad and iPhone in sync by sharing your photos between your different devices automatically.
How to Take a Screenshot on Your iPad
Have you ever wanted to take an iPad screenshot so that you can brag to a friend about what level you made it to in Angry Birds HD? It's actually quite simple to snap an iPad screenshot.
Does the iPad Support Flash?
For those who love watching videos on the web, Adobe Flash support is an important issue when considering a tablet computer. But Adobe and Apple don't quite see eye-to-eye on Flash.
How to Choose the Right iPad for Your Life (And...
A Buyer's Guide to the iPad explaining how to buy an iPad, which memory model is right for you, whether or not to go with a 3G data network, and which data network to use.
How to Customize the Auto Sleep Mode on Your iPad
Have you ever been annoyed by your iPad going into sleep mode while using it? Find out how you can delay the auto sleep mode in the settings.
Boost a Weak Wi-Fi Signal in 1 Easy Step
Do you have frequent problems with your Wi-Fi connection? A poor signal can cause websites to load up very slow or even not at all. Luckily, there are a few easy steps to fixing a poor Wi-Fi signal on your iPad.
What Are Push Notifications?
Push notification is a feature of the iPhone and iPad that was added in iOS 3.0.
How to Save Photos and Images to the iPad's...
Did you know you can save a photo to your iPad from an email message, website or Facebook? It's actually a rather simple process once you learn the trick.
Do You Need to Get 4G on Your iPad?
You've decided to buy an iPad, but which model? 3G? Wi-Fi? What's the difference? It may sound difficult if you aren't familiar with the lingo, but once you understand the difference between the 3G iPad and the Wi-Fi iPad, the decision becomes easier.
5 Ways to Boost Your Home Wi-Fi Signal
Do you use your iPad in a room where you get a poor Wi-Fi signal? A bad Wi-Fi connection can get in the way of watching movies on Netflix or browsing Facebook, but luckily there are a few things that can be done to boost the Wi-Fi signal throughout your house.
iPad 4 and Original iPad Mini Compared
In this comparison between the iPad 4 and the iPad Mini, we look at the advantages of both devices in order to help you come to a decision on which tablet might be best for you.
Which iPad Data Plan is Best?
iPad Showdown: AT&T vs Verizon. You've decided to buy an iPad. You've decided to go 3G. But which provider? Both AT&T and Verizon have 3G data service plans for the iPad, but both are not created equal.
Speak to Your iPad Using Voice Dictation
The iPad includes voice dictation, which is a quick and easy way to input large amounts of text for those who feel awkward using the iPad's on-screen keyboard.
9 iPad Keyboard Shortcuts that Will Save You...
For those who really want to get the most out of their iPad, here are a few keyboard shortcuts that can have you typing faster and allow you to get at some special keys quicker.
An Extensive Guide to the iPad
The iPad allows you to watch movies and TV shows you have bought from iTunes or transferred from your PC through the Videos application, which can also stream movies from your PC if you have home sharing turned on. Page 8.
The Best iPad Apps for Musicians
Beyond GarageBand, there's a whole host of cool iPad apps designed for both musicians and the would-be musician. These apps include everything from virtual tuners to sheet music libraries to a full-fledged music studio, a unique touch-based instrument and a solid drum machine.
How to Setup an Alarm on Your iPad
Did you know you can now set up an alarm on your iPad and use it as an alarm clock? The latest update to the iPad introduced the Clock app, which can set an alarm in addition to showing the time in multiple time zones and be used as a stopwatch.
How to Transfer Apps from an iPhone to iPad
Did you know you can run any app downloaded on your iPhone on your iPad as well? And the new iCloud service makes it easy to get the app onto your iPad.
What Can an iPad Do?
Are you wondering what the iPad can do? Whether you are contemplating buying an iPad for the first time or just want to learn more about the iPad you already own, knowing exactly what the device is capable of doing can be very important.
How to Save Space on Your iPad
There are a number of ways to save storage space on your iPad, including giving your iPad a good cleaning and utilizing the cloud for storage.
How to Close All Tabs in Safari on the iPad
Leaving too many tabs open in your Safari browser can lead to performance issues on your iPad, luckily, there is a way to close them all at once.
How to Turn Off the Location Services Option on...
Did you know turning off location services (GPS, etc.) can help extend your iPad's battery life? You can also turn off these services for single apps rather than cutting them off completely.
How to Fix: My iPad is Zoomed In
If your iPad is zoomed in and stuck in that display mode, you have accidentally turned on an accessibility function. Luckily, this is an easy problem to fix.
The Must-Have App that Lets You Watch Free...
Who needs Hulu Plus or Netflix when you have Crackle? Not only does Crackle deliver movies and television shows to the iPad, but it's free with not subscription costs. What's not to love?
Simple Steps to Adjust Your iPad's Brightness
Adjusting the iPad brightness is a great way to save iPad battery power, which will allow you to use your iPad for longer periods of time without plugging it into your computer for a quick charge.
iPad Air vs Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro
Samsung's Galaxy Tab Pro makes a big leap forward in technical specifications, but is it enough to unseat the iPad Air? This article takes a detailed look at the Tab Pro and compares it to Apple's flagship tablet.
The iPad Mini vs the Galaxy Tab 3
The Samsung Galaxy Tab series of Android tablets is among the best-selling iPad alternatives, but how do they compare to the iPad Mini?
14 iPad Games to Keep Kids Happy on a Long Trip
The best iPad games for kids includes family-safe games that will both entertain your child while igniting their imagination and putting their puzzle-solving skills to good use. And the best part is that many of these casual games are great fun for adults as well.
How to Backup and Restore an iPad Using iCloud
The iPad can keep several backups on the iCloud, which you can easily restore if you are running into major problems with your iPad, or if you got a new iPad and want to set it up the same as your old one.
How to Delete Your Photos from iPad Photostream
It is relatively easy to delete photos from Apple's PhotoStream, which is lucky because most annoying feature of Apple's PhotoStream is how every photo (even screenshots) appears in the PhotoStream when the feature is turned on.
10 Things You Never Knew Your iPad Could Do
Did you know you can control your PC with your iPad, use your iPad as a second monitor or even control games on your iPad using your body as the controller? These neat iPad tricks may not exactly stun and amaze your friends, but they'll at least help you get more out of your iPad.
How to Fix: My iPad Keeps Asking for My iTunes...
If your iPad is continuously asking you to log in to your iTunes account even when you are not inside any apps, don't panic. This is a rather common issue that is actually easy to fix.
The Beginner's Guide to Building Mobile Apps...
Have you ever wanted to develop an iPhone or iPad app? There are a number of steps you need to take to get started developing apps, from downloading a development platform to signing up with Apple developer's program.
Get to Know the Top 7 Characters in Temple Run
Did you know there are seven different characters you can unlock and play as in Temple Run? You can purchase these through the in-game store, but if you are hoping to get a huge advantage over your buddies, you might be disappointed.
Does the iPad Have GPS?
One use for the iPad that many people don't realize when they get the device is as a GPS replacement, but you have to get the right model of the iPad for it to be effective in this capacity.
How to Turn Off Background App Refresh on the...
Background App Refresh can be a great new feature of the iPad and iPhone, but it can also drain the battery, so some might want to turn it off to save battery life.
How to Restore Apps and Games to Your iPad
Have you lost your favorite app? No worries. It's easy to restore apps and games back to your iPad so long as you are attached to the same Apple account that purchased them initially.
How to Set Your iPad's Background Wallpaper
The iPad's background picture can be changed in the iPad's settings. You can also change the picture displayed on the lock screen that appears when you first wake your iPad up to use it.
How to Setup Dropbox on the iPad
The Dropbox app allows you to upload a photo from the iPad to the web, which allows you to access your photos from your PC or other devices. Page 3.
The Amazon Kindle Fire vs the Apple iPad
The Amazon Kindle Fire has been called an iPad-killer, but does it really deserve the title? We look at both devices, compare the features and (most importantly) help you decide which one may be the right device for you.
How to Turn Off Auto-Correct on the iPad
The Auto-Correct feature can be one of the coolest or most annoying features of your iPad or iPhone, so it is important to know how to turn it on or off.
Is Apple's New 7-Inch Tablet Worth Buying?
The iPad Mini can be a great way to get an iPad while saving some money, but it is not great at everything. Found out if the iPad Mini is a right fit for how you want to use it.
Does the iPad Have a SIM Card?
Most (but not all) iPad models that use cellular data have SIM cards, while all Wi-Fi-only models do not contain a SIM card.
How to Lock the iPad With a Passcode or Password
The iPad can be secured by using a passcode or password to lock the iPad. Once locked, the passcode is required anytime a person attempt to use the iPad. It is also needed for changing settings related to the passcode, providing extra protection from someone disabling the passcode.
A Simple Way to Upload Photos to Facebook from...
You aren't stuck with just uploading one photo at a time to Facebook. The iPad lets you choose multiple photos to upload. The trick is not to go into the Facebook app to upload photos. Page 2.
How to Top The Charts with Your iPhone and iPad...
You've developed your app. Now what? It can be difficult to market an iPhone or iPad app on little-to-no budget, but there are a number of things you can do to get the word out about your app that won't break the bank.
How to Remove a Credit Card From an iTunes...
Did you know you can set up an iTunes account without a credit card? While Apple requires a credit card or other form of payment when registering, you can easily remove it. Find out how.
Should You Buy Apple's New iPad 4?
In this comparison of the iPad 3 and iPad 4, we take a look at the new features of the iPad 4 and discuss whether it is a worthy upgrade for iPad owners.
What is Display Mirroring for the iPad?
Displaying Mirroring is a feature that allows you to transfer your iPad's display to your TV or computer monitor.
How to Use the iPad Control Panel
The iOS 7 update redesigned the control panel, which makes it easy to access music controls, airdrop options, do not disturb, airplane mode, and wi-fi and bluetooth settings.
Clever Ways to increase the Speed of Your iPad
Did you know you can speed up your iPad's performance by shutting down apps that are still running in the background? Another source for degrading performance is a poor wi-fi signal, which is usually easy to fix.
Can an iPad Act as a Replacement for a Laptop...
The iPad has come a long way since it was introduced in 2010, but is it ready to replace your laptop? Perhaps. Depending on how you use your PC at home, the iPad could very well be a great replacement.
Troubleshooting a Weak Wi-Fi Signal
If your Wi-Fi connection is weak even when you are standing right next to the router, don't despair. There are a few things you can do before giving in to the temptation to simply replace the router, which can get expensive if your router was not supplied by your broadband carrier.
Top 10 iPad Racing Games for Virtual Speed Demons
The best iPad racing games are those whose addictive qualities can turn five minutes on the couch into two hours in the seat of the fastest vehicle on the planet. Luckily, the iPad is uniquely equipped to excel at these type of games.
What Type of Display Does the iPad Have?
The iPad's IPS display gives it a wider viewing angle, but it doesn't have a high enough resolution to give it a Retina Display.
Learn to Navigate Your iPad
A few quick lessons about basic navigation on the iPad can help you start using your iPad like a pro.
How to Fix: Can't Add Bookmarks in iPad's...
There are many issues that can hit the iPad's Safari browser, including the inability to add or retrieve bookmarks. Luckily, it is not hard to fix this issue with one of two easy steps.
How to Parse XML Files in Xcode
A common task in many iPhone and iPad apps is to parse RSS files or XML files, whether it be for populating an app with data, updating existing data or creating a news reader.
The Best iPad Shooters You Can Download
The best iPad shooters includes FPS, third-person and even top-down shooters and range from surviving the zombie apocalypse to suiting up in sci-fi armor and showing Master Chief that Halo isn't the only shooter on the planet.
Get More Done by Multitasking on Your iPad
The iPad task bar lets you switch between apps, close apps and even control the volume of your music and turn on AirPlay.
Review: Amazon Instant Video for iPad
Amazon Instant Video finally arrives on the iPad, but how good is it? Amazon's video service is a rival to Apple's iTunes, Netflix and Hulu Plus, but it is still playing catch up.
Siri vs Google Now
With Google Now coming to iOS, iPad and iPhone users can choose between Apple's Siri or Google Now to become their new digital personal assistant. But which one is best?
Should You Upgrade to the iPad Air?
The iPad Air represents the biggest change to the iPad's form factor, and its new A7 processor is 2x faster than it predecessor, but is this enough for you to upgrade to the new Air?
How to Share Photos, Websites and Files on the...
The iPad makes sharing your photos, videos and files easy with the share button. The share button allows you to share via text message, email, Twitter, Facebook, AirDrop, AirPlay and even print documents.
Review: Microsoft Office for iPad
Microsoft Office finally arrives on the iPad, but not without a few wrinkles. The best-selling office software makes its mark on the iPad, but is it really worth it? We take a look at the suite of apps in this review.
How to Share Music to Your iPad
If you have a huge music collection, you don't have to load all of it onto your iPad to have access to it. One of the best features of iTunes is called Home Sharing, which will allow you to share music to the iPad, iPhone or other computers in your household that run iTunes.
How to Connect a MIDI Controller to the iPad
Once you have the right adapter, it's simple to hook a MIDI controller up to your iPad. And this allows MIDI access to a host of cool apps like Garage Bands.
The 20 Best Apps for the iPad
This list of iPad apps spans games, productivity, news, social networking, music, books and movies, so everyone should be able to find something that sparks their interest.
Want an iPad Mini? Here's How Much to Spend
The iPad Mini is designed to create a more affordable entry level for the iPad and compete with 7-inch tablets like the Kindle Fire and the Google Nexus.
The Best Free iPad Games
These great iPad games include something for everyone whether you love word games, puzzles, action games or simply miss the days of playing Pictionary with your friends.
The iPad Mini vs Galaxy Note 8
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 may have favorable specs compared to the iPad Mini, but it is also more expensive. Is it worth the price? Or will it be a dud?
The Best Free Productivity Apps for the iPad
The best free productivity apps include great ways to take notes -- whether you want to type them out, record them or write them by hand -- and great ways to enhance your productivity on the iPad, including a free photo editor, a dictionary and even a way to easily transfer files from your PC to your iPad.
Using Multitasking Gestures on Your iPad
The multitasking gestures are part of the multi-touch interface and can help carry out several tasks that help make the iPad experience much smoother, especially when switching between two apps. Page 2.
Netflix vs Hulu Plus
Who Has the Best Video Streaming for the iPad 2? It's Netflix vs Hulu Plus in this knock-down, drag-out fight for the king of iPad 2 video.
How to Sort Your iPad Apps Alphabetically
Did you know you can sort your iPad apps alphabetically? It's not a true feature of iOS, but there is a little known trick that can sort your apps.

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