How to Block Text Messages on Your iPad
Matt Cone April 6, 2021
Getting unwanted text messages on your iPad? You can use a feature on your iPad to block the phone number from sending text messages to your iPad again. After you block the phone number, you won’t get any more text messages from that phone number again. Here’s how to block text messages on your iPad: From the iPad’s home screen, tap the Messages icon. Tap the message from the phone number you want to block.
How to Disable Automatic Updates on Your iPad
Matt Cone April 1, 2021
Your iPad is designed to keep itself up-to-date. It automatically checks Apple’s servers for new software updates, and it tries to automatically install new updates when they become available. But sometimes you don’t want your iPad to automatically install new software. If that’s the case, you should disable automatic updates on your iPad. Here’s how to disable automatic updates on your iPad: From the iPad’s home screen, tap Settings. Tap General.
How to Change the Name of Your iPad
Matt Cone March 25, 2021
Your iPad has a name that is visible to other devices on the network it’s connected to. This hostname can be important when trying to share files or otherwise communicate with another device. You can change the name of your iPad to give it a personal, memorable name that is easy to remember and recognize. Here’s how to change the name of your iPad: From your iPad’s home screen, tap Settings.
How to Add the Emoji Keyboard on the iPhone and iPad
Matt Cone March 20, 2021
Emoji is one of the great joys of modern life. 😂 Free and fun, expressive and easy-to-use, emoji can quickly convey emotions when sending text messages and other electronic communications. But to use it effectively on your iPhone and iPad, you’ll need to enable the emoji keyboard. Enabling this feature places the emoji button on your keyboard so you can easily access and insert emoji into your text. Here’s how to add the emoji keyboard on your iPhone and iPad:
How to Use Emoji on Your iPad
Matt Cone March 19, 2021
Emoji is everywhere, in everything. 😎 Your iPad has built-in features you can use to add emoji in email, webpages, documents, and more. We’ll show you how to use emoji on your iPad to quickly and easily insert emoji in any text. 🚀 Here’s how to use emoji on your iPad: In an application, click where you want to insert the emoji. Tap the Emoji button on the keyboard. Tip: Don’t see the Emoji button on your keyboard?
How to Copy and Paste on iPad
Matt Cone March 17, 2021
For new iPad users, learning how to copy and paste text on a iPad is one of the first orders of business. It’s easy to copy and paste on a iPad once you know how to do it. This tutorial will show you how to do it! Here’s how to copy and paste text on your iPad: Open the application you want to copy text from. Tap and hold your finger on the text you want to copy.
How to Change Your iPad's Wallpaper
Matt Cone March 12, 2021
Changing your iPad’s wallpaper is one of the best and easiest ways to customize it. You can use photos, images you find on the internet, or the free wallpaper images that Apple provides. The best part is that you can use different images for the home screen and the lock screen. We’ll show you how to do it! Here’s how to change your iPad’s wallpaper: From the iPhone’s home screen, tap Settings.
How to Change the Font Size on Your iPad
Matt Cone March 9, 2021
Your iPad has a setting that allows you to change the font size on your iPad. Boosting the font size can make text on your iPad easier to read. This is a great option for anyone who wears glasses or generally has a hard time reading text on the iPad. The font size setting doesn’t apply to all applications, but all Apple applications (like Mail, etc.) are supported. Here’s how to change the font size on your iPad:
How to Use Dark Mode on Your iPad
Matt Cone March 6, 2021
Apple’s iPad provides a dark mode feature that turns the background of most applications black to make viewing your iPad at night easier. You can enable dark mode manually or set it to turn on automatically at night. Dark mode isn’t to everyone’s tastes — for example, not everyone likes reading white text on black backgrounds — but generally speaking, this is a feature that most people seem appreciate using a night.
How to Output Stereo Audio in Mono on Your iPad
Matt Cone March 4, 2021
Recently I replaced my aging Bose QC25 headphones with a pair of AirPods Pro headphones. Both products are a major upgrade from the stock earbuds that ship with iPhones, but the high-quality audio output also means that you can hear every imperfection in the music. For example, older tracks that were recorded in mono sometimes have output that is only audible in one channel, which means that you can only hear the music in one ear.