iPad Sitemap - Page 1 2016-09-26

iPad Air 2 vs the iPhone 6 Plus
The iPhone 6 Plus is a great, but can it replace the iPad Air 2? Here are the the pros and cons in the matchup of iPhone 6 Plus vs. iPad Air 2.

iPad FAQ
Since its release, the iPad has been a phenomenal success, but many would-be buyers and new owners still have a lot of questions about the new device. This iPad FAQ covers many of the most frequently asked questions, such as whether or not the iPad can multitask, if it can run iPhone apps and how to transfer those apps to the iPad.

iPad Warnings
The iPad has been the bestselling tablet since its introduction, and with any popular product, many different scams and unsavory practices have sprung up in an effort to make money off the device. Note that not all of these practices are scams, some just take advantage of the eagerness of buyers in order to make a little extra money.

How to Personalize Your iPad
Learn how to personalize your iPad with information on setting custom sounds, changing the wallpaper image among other goodies.

New to iPad
Are you new to the iPad? This series of lessons and guides will help you get started using the iPad and getting the most out of your tablet experience. These guides cover everything a new user will need to know, including a tour of the iPad and lessons on how to navigate the user interface and find new apps to install.

iPad 2 FAQ
The iPad 2 constitutes a major upgrade to the original iPad, with dual-facing cameras, a faster processor and improved graphics. The dual-facing cameras gives the iPad 2 access to FaceTime, which allows video conferencing with people who own the iPhone or the iPad 2 or later models. The following are the most frequently asked questions about the iPad 2.

iPad Mini FAQ
The iPad Mini is a 7-inch tablet running the iOS operating system, which is the same operating system that runs the iPhone, (full-sized) iPad and iPod Touch. It has access to the app store and runs most of the same applications as the iPad, with the exceptions being those that require features specific to the bigger iPad such as the higher resolution display. The following are the most frequently asked questions about the iPad Mini.

"Can an iPad..." A List of iPad Answers
Need iPad answers? If you have questions about what the iPad can and cannot do, you've come to the right place. This series of Q&A articles will cover the basics about the iPad, including whether or not it can print, multitask or even if the iPad can replace your laptop.

iPad Details: Information About Hardware and Software Features of Apple's Tablet
In this detailed look at the iPad, we'll explore the various hardware and software features of the tablet, including a look at iOS, the operating system that runs the iPad. Articles also include information about hardware, software, and basic facts about the iPad.

iOS 8 FAQ
iOS 8 was announced at the Worldwide Developer's Conference. on June 2nd, 2014. These frequently asked questions cover the scope of the operating system, including a look a key new features that will extend the functionality of the operating system.

iPad Facts
Want the real scoop on the iPad? Beyond frequently asked questions, these articles will dive in depth into the iPad, giving you the information you need to make your decision.

iOS Versions and Features
A look at the history and features of iOS, the operating system that powers the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, beginning with iPhone OS v1.0.

Behind the Invention and Evolution of the iPad
The iPad has changed the way we view and use computing devices. Here is a quick history of the iPad, from its invention to new releases and software.

Kindle Fire HDX Vs. iPad Mini 2 Vs. Google Nexus 7
In a three-way matchup of Amazon Kindle Fire HDX vs. iPad Mini 2 vs. Google Nexus, which is the best and why? Here's a comparison of all three.

The Best iPad Apps
Apple's motto may be that there's an app for that, but with so many apps filling the iPad app store, the real question is which app is right for you. These reviews and profiles will help you sift through the multitude of great apps to find out which ones are worth your download.

iPad Guides and Tutorials - Help for Your iPad
Do you want to know how to setup home sharing on your iPad? Or how to set your iPad up to be kid-friendly? These iPad guides will help you to get the most out of your iPad.

The Best of the iPad
The Best of the iPad represents the best in apps, games, features, accessories and everything iPad, including the best ways to use it and the best tricks to do with it. Think of it as a top ten list of top tens lists with sometimes twelve items and sometimes just six. These articles, guides, reviews and roundups are designed to help you get the best experience with the iPad.

Help With iPad Photos and Videos
While our phones may still be the most convenient way to snap photos and film video, our iPad makes a great way to store and edit them.

iPad Tweaks: Make the iPad Your Own
Part of Apple's philosophy is sometimes to limit choices in order to provide an easier-to-use experience. But there are plenty of little things you can tweak to customize your iPad and get things done better and faster.

iPad Basics - Guides for New Users
The iPad is a wonderful devices that can do everything from entertain you with games and streaming movies to helping you get work done with word processors and spreadsheets to letting you browse the web, check email and keep up with FaceBook. But even though it is easy to use, it can be a little intimidating for the first-time users, which is where these guides on the iPad basics can help you.

The iPad "How To" Guide: Guides and Articles on How to Use the iPad
Have you needed to know how to do something on your iPad but couldn't figure it out on your own? The iPad is designed to be an easy-to-use device, but as with any computer, not everything can be simple. Sometimes, knowing just the right place to look or knowing the right trick is all you need to get something done. These How-To articles cover a wide range of tasks from getting FaceTime working on your iPad to using AirPlay to backing up and restoring your iPad to the iCloud.

iWork Tips and Tricks
The iWork suite (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) gain even more productivity with these tips, trick and tutorials. iWork for the iPad is now free to download with the purchase of a new iPad or iPhone.

iOS 8 Guides and Tips
The iOS 8 update brings a ton of great features to the iPad, including a new type of multitasking, the ability to hand off tasks to your iPhone or Mac and the ability to install third-party widgets to your notification center. But how do we use all these goodies? Find out with these guides.

iOS 10 Guides, Tips and Tutorials
iOS 10 brings third-party support for Siri, Apple Maps, iMessage and the Phone app for iPhone users. This could lead to a huge impact in the future as developers expand the basic functionality of the iPad and iPhone, especially by working Siri support into their apps.

iOS 9 Guides, Tips and Tutorials
The iOS 9 update added cool new features to the iPad, including a virtual touchpad for the on-screen keyboard and split-screen multitasking for newer iPads. This opens up a ton of potential for increased productivity, with the iPad inching ever closer to that day when you'll wonder why you even bother with a PC.

iPad Entertainment: Movies, Music and More
It's easy to use the iPad to bring your entertainment with you, no matter if you are moving from one room of the house to another or driving from one state to another. And luckily, there are many great apps providing movies, music and more.

iPad News and Reference Apps
The iPad makes a great replacement for the morning paper, whether you like your news in news reader style like the Fluent News Reader or you like reading as if you had the paper in front of you like USA Today's app. And in addition to many great news apps and digital magazines, the iPad also has numerous reference apps from Wikipedia to IMDB.

iPad Productivity Apps Guide
The iPad isn't just for games and entertainment. There are a number of great productivity apps for the iPad, from word processors to spreadsheets to scientific calculators and cloud storage.

iPad Info: Helpful Tips for Using the iPad
Did you know you can use your iPad to create your own radio station? Or if you want to type faster, you can skip apostrophes in common contractions and let the iPad's auto-correct put the apostrophe in for you? These are just a few shortcuts for your iPad. And if you want more iPad tips, you have come to the right place.

iPad Video Tutorials - iPad Help
Do you need a little bit of help with your iPad? Sometimes it is easier to see something than have it explained to you, which is why we have these iPad video tutorials.

iPad PhotoStream Help
Apple added PhotoStream to the list of iPad features with the iOS 5.0 update, which also included iCloud and a host of other features.

The Hidden Secrets of Your iPad Revealed
Did you know there are hidden controls on your iPad that can control music and video playback? Or that the task bar can be used to switch between apps? Or that apps can quickly be found using spotlight search without having to search through pages and pages of app icons? And these are just a few tricks to getting the most out of your iPad.

iOS 6 Tutorials
The iOS 6.0 update added several new features to the iPad, including the ability to use Siri on the iPad 3 and later models. It also includes a new app, the Clock, a redesigned app store and Apple Maps, which replaces Google Maps. These tips and tutorials will help you navigate the new features of iOS 6.0 and get up to speed on the update.

iOS 7 Guides and Tutorials
iOS 7 added numerous features to the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, including the iTunes Radio streaming music service, AirDrop and a brand new user interface. These tips and tutorials will help get you up and running on the new features, allowing you to make the most out of your iPad experience.

iPad Security: Keep Your iPad Safe
While we may look at the iPad as a great device that we can carry with us almost anywhere, some may look at it as a quick way to make a few hundred dollars. And while it is impossible for the iPad to catch a virus, there are other security hazards iPhone owners may face.

Help With iPad Settings
There are plenty of ways to customize your iPad using the iPad settings. You can use settings to do everything from automatically download new updates from the App Store to changing the photo used as background on your home screen.

Microsoft Office Guides
Microsoft Office has arrived for the iPad, and while Microsoft did a good job of creating an intuitive interface for their flagship product, new users and users accustomed to the desktop version may still hit a few stumbling blocks. These guides should take some of the pain out of jumping to the tablet version of Office.

How to Protect Your iPad
You've just bought one of the best tablets on the planet. Now it's time to protect it. And that means more than just wrapping it in a fancy case to prevent untimely drops. It also means cleaning it, virtually cleaning it, and preventing nasty stuff like malware from getting on it.

iPad Legacy
The iPad has been through a number of changes since its initial release. Features like widgets and multitasking have been added, the interface has undergone a dramatic overhaul, and new default apps have been added. And as you might expect, how to carry out basic tasks have changed with these modifications. These articles represent legacy features and tutorials that are no longer valid for the current version of iOS, but may be relevant to those running a prior version.

Get Help With Siri
Siri is Apple's voice recognition personal assistant. She can help you out by setting reminders, counting down a timer, calling contacts and even setting reservations at your favorite restaurant. But first you need to learn how to get her to do all of these things.

Tips for Browsing the Web on the iPad
The Safari web browser has a lot of great features, such as a handy reading list for articles you just don't have time for at the moment to a feed of articles being shared on Twitter. These tutorials will help you get the most out of the Safari browser and even introduce you to alternative web browsers for the iPad.

iPad Social Networking Apps - Facebook, Twitter and More
If the iPad were a person, social networking fans would friend it. The iPad can be the best friend for anyone who is an avid user of social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. Not only do social networking apps make your time on these sites easier, but they can also add great features such as multi-account support or even posting status updates to multiple sites.

iPad 2 Review: A Look at the Second Generation iPad
The iPad 2 was released in 2011, and offered a big jump forward over the original iPad. Here's a review of its features and its relevance years later.

The Family-Friendly iPad: Making the iPad Fun and Safe
The iPad can be a great source of family fun and entertainment, and within a few easy steps, you can childproof your iPad to ensure your child's safety and your own peace of mind. Beyond making sure the iPad ready for your kids, the iPad can make life easier for you, providing a great source for movies, books and games.

iPad Mini 2 Vs. the Nabi 2S
The Nabi 2S is designed for kids, but how does it stack up against the iPad Mini 2? Here's a look at tech specs, price and parental controls.

How to Use the iPad Control Panel - Guide & Diagram
The control panel makes it easy to access music controls, airdrop options, do not disturb, airplane mode, and wi-fi and Bluetooth settings.

How to Upgrade to iOS 10.x
iOS 10.x includes some really great features, such as the ability to create memories out of your photos and send animations in text messages.

The 10 Best iPad Utility Apps
If you want to extend the iPad beyond just games and surfing the web, these great utility apps will help you scan documents, create sticky notes and more.

How to Connect an iPad to a Wired Ethernet Internet Port
If you are looking to hook your iPad up to the Internet via Ethernet, there are a few solution including one that goes around the problem.

How to Pair or Forget a Bluetooth Device to the iPad
Before you can use those Bluetooth speakers, headphones or that keyboard, you will need to

How to Search Your iPad for Apps, Music, Movies and More
Did you know you can quickly launch an iPad app using Spotlight Search? It is also a great way to find a specific song or search the web.

How to Turn Location Services On or Off on the iPad
Did you know turning off location services (GPS, etc.) can help extend your iPad's battery life? You can also turn off location services for a single app.

iPad Usage: Where Did All My Storage Space Go?
Find out which apps are taking up the most space on your iPad, how much storage your music and videos take and even how much space you are using on photos.

12 Things You Didn't Know the iPad Could Do
Have you ever wanted the iPad to support a touchpad? It has a virtual one. And that's just one of many things you didn't know about the world's greatest tablet.

How to 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.

iPad Answers: Does the iPad Support Adobe Flash?
The web has in large part moved on from Adobe Flash, but if you have an iPad, you might run into websites that still require Flash.

Differences Between 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.

iPad Hardware
The iPad is such an innovative device, it competes with everything from portable movie players to electronic book readers to other tablet computers. So how does the iPad stack up?

iPad Comparisons: Helping You Decide on an iPad
There are now four iPads in production, each with a different customer in mind. But while Apple may know exactly what audience each iPad has, customers might be a little confused. These articles help distinguish between the different iPads and help you to decide on which one might be best for you.

The Difference Between the iPad 2 and the iPad Mini 2
The iPad 2 and the iPad Mini 2 share the same number at the end of their names, but is that all they share? Despite the number, they are quite different.

How to Buy a Cheap or Refurbished iPad
There are a number of ways to cut the cost and get a cheap iPad, such as buying refurbished or going for a used unit. Get tips for buying cheap here.

What Is an Apple ID? Is it Different from iTunes and iCloud?
Apple has iTunes, iCloud and iOS devices. Do you need a new username and password for each? Or is Apple ID enough?

About iPad - Information, News, Reviews and Tips
About iPad is an iPad blog and information portal with news, reviews, tips and info like how-to articles ranging from how to set up a new device to help on troubleshooting problems with your iPad.

The Difference Between the iPad 4 and the iPad Mini
In this comparison between the iPad 4 and the iPad Mini, we look at the advantages of both devices in to help you decide which tablet is best for you.

iPad 2 vs. iPad 3 vs. iPad 4: Which is the Best for You
If you are evaluating the iPad 2, iPad3 and iPad 4, this article will provide a meaningful comparison and will suggest your best buy, and why.

What Are Multitasking Gestures? - iPad Help
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.

How to Turn On Multitasking Gestures - iPad Help
Turning on multitasking gestures allows you to quickly and easily switch between apps on your iPad with a swipe of your hand - exceedingly cool.

Teach Siri to Pronounce Names and Use Nicknames
Is Siri having trouble pronouncing your name? Or would you like her to refer to you by your nickname? No problem. Siri has you covered.

How to Quit or Close an App on the Original iPad
The iPad has gone through many changes since it was introduced, but the original iPad has not kept up with all these changes, including how to quit an app.

How to Delay Auto Sleep Mode and Passcode Lock on the 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.

How to Turn Off Siri on the iPad Lock Screen
Think putting a passlock on your iPad secures it? It may keep people out, but not out of Siri. Learn how to disable Siri on the iPad's lock screen.

What Questions Can Siri Answer?
Siri is a voice recognition decision engine that has been programmed with various databases that will enable her to answer many of your questions. Page 3.

How to Turn On/Off 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.

Siri iPad Tutorial: How to Activate Siri
Siri has a lot of cool uses on the iPad, including being great at taking notes and setting reminders as well as finding out the closest place to get a slice of pizza. Page 2.

The iPad Guide: How to Get the Most Out of the iPad
Find out how to buy an iPad, basic navigation of it and how to get more out of using the iPad with great tricks and awesome apps.

iPad Fixes
The iPad is an amazingly stable tablet, but as with any man-made device, things can go wrong. Most problems can be fixed with just a few simple steps, but the big problem is knowing just what those steps are and how to apply them. These instructions will help you fix common issues and guide you in the right direction for more complex problems.

iPad Troubleshooting
Even the best devices have a few kinks, and the coolest iPad app in the world can crash every once in a while. Luckily, there are a few things we can try before sending the device back to Apple or pushing the delete button on the app's icon.

The iPad Troubleshooting Guide
The iPad is not perfect, but that is OK. These troubleshooting tips can help you out for those imperfect times when your iPad isn't acting right.

iPad App Development Guides and Tutorials
It's a great time to start developing iPad applications. The iPad dominates the tablet market, and as we move into the post-PC world, the iPad will become even more popular. And because both the iPhone and iPad share the same operating system (iOS), you can easily develop both iPhone and iPad apps using the same platform.

Corona Groups: How to Layer, Move and Bring Graphics to Front
The Corona SDK can make mass manipulation of graphical objects easy by using display groups to create layers of graphics.

How to Be More Efficient on Your iPad at Work
The iPad Pro was Apple's signal that they are ready to take on the workplace. With the right apps, it can be a real game changer in the enterprise.

How to Give an iPad App as a Gift
Struggling to find that perfect gift? You can easily gift an iPad app to that someone special through the app store on your iPad.

How to Gift an App Using iTunes
Struggling to find that perfect gift? You can gift an app to that special someone using iTunes on your Windows-based PC or Mac.

How to Copy Files From an iPad to a PC
The iPad supports multiple ways of sharing files with a PC including using the Lightning connector, AirDrop, or a cloud-based solution to copy files.

A List of iPad Models and Generations
A roundup of the different iPad generations, including the iPad Mini. The iPads are broken out by generation and model.

What Is Vudu and Is It Worth It?
What is Vudu? If you have never heard of Vudu, or perhaps only heard of them in the last few days, you aren't alone.

How to Copy and Paste on the iPad
Did you know you can copy and paste text on the iPad? This is a great way to move text around a document or grab something from the web.

What Is Apple TV? How Does It Work?
Apple TV is a media streaming device. And if you are still a little confused after hearing that statement, you aren't alone.

How to Add Widgets to Safari Browser on the iPad
You can install widgets like Pinterest, Evernote, Instapaper and 1Password onto the Safari browser on your iPad or iPhone.

What Is the iPad's Lost Mode?
The iPad's Lost Mode has a lot of great features for protecting your iPad should it become either lost or stolen, including displaying a custom message.

How to Fix iPad Ghost Typing And Behaving Erratically
One of the most bizarre iPad bugs is an iPad that starts typing and launching apps on its own. There are a number of possible causes.

How to Download Apps to 1st Generation iPad
The 1st Generation iPad may not be supported by Apple, but it can still do a good job of running many apps.

Cool Siri Tricks That Are Both Useful and Fun
Did you know Siri will flip a coin if you ask? There are a number of hidden tricks and features she can help out with, most useful, some just fun.

iPad Accessories - Find the Best Accessories for the iPad
Are you looking to find the best iPad accessories? Or maybe you simply don't want a dud? These reviews and profiles should help you navigate the waters of iPad accessories.

iPad Accessories for Musicians
The iPad has really taken off in the music world, with its ability to send and receive MIDI signals, the support of many popular apps like Garage Band and AmpliTube and a growing number of accessories and peripherals designed to expand the iPad experience and help musicians do what they want to do: make music.

iPad Graphics/Painting/Drawing Accessories
The iPad has become a popular painting canvas, thanks to a number of good graphics apps. But while it is possible to draw a great picture with your fingers, it's not always the best instrument to use. That's when these accessories should help.

How to Watch TV On Your iPad
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.

How to Hold the iPad Correctly
When holding it properly, the iPad is easier to operate and you won't accidentally interrupt it by putting it to sleep.

What to Do if AirPlay Is Not Working
The most common reason for a missing AirPlay icon is network connectivity issues, which can usually be solved by following easy troubleshooting steps.

The Best iPad Trade-In Programs
Trade-in programs give cash and/or store credit for your old iPad, but not all give the best value. Find out which ones give the best prices.

How to Protect Your iPad From Malware and Viruses
The iPad was hit with two different exploits to get malware onto the device without it even needing to be jailbroken, but luckily, it is easy to stop.

Uses for a 1st Generation iPad
The original iPad may no longer be supported by Apple, but it still has its uses! This page gives some suggestions for how to use it.

The iPad Pro vs the Microsoft Surface Pro 4
The iPad Pro is aimed directly at the enterprise, but is Apple's desktop-class A9X chip enough to give the iPad a boost agains tthe Surface Pro 4?

The Best iPad Games for Kids
The best iPad games for kids includes family-safe games that will entertain your child while igniting their imagination and putting skills to good use.

The Best iPad Games for Kids
The best iPad games for kids includes family-safe games that will entertain your child while igniting their imagination and putting skills to good use.

Great iPad Tips Every Owner Should Know
You can lock the iPad's orientation and turn down the brightness to save battery life, and download free books, among many other things.

Should You Upgrade to the iPad Air 2?
The iPad Air 2 increases the performance of the iPad by forty percent, with an even bigger jump when comparing graphics. But is it enough to upgrade?

Benefits of an iPad Over a PC
While an iPad can't replicate every use of a laptop, there are definite benefits to the iPad that can't be as easily replicated by a laptop.

A Guided Tour of the iPad: Unboxing
This guided tour of the iPad will help you learn about what comes with the device, what all the buttons do and how the basic interface works.

Learn the iPad: A Diagram of Its Features
This diagram of the iPad shows the buttons and major features of the exterior, including the home button, which is the basic non-touch navigational tool, and the sleep/wake button, which turns the iPad on and off.

How to Find the iPad App Store
The iPad's App Store may be the most important app that comes with the iPad. Not only is it a gateway to downloading new apps, but it is also used for updating your existing apps.

How to Find the iPad Web Browser
The iPad comes with the Safari web browser, which is a fully functional browser capable of displaying most web pages, saving bookmarks and sending pages to different tabs.

A Guided Tour: How to Play Music on the iPad
The iPad allows you to play music through the music app, which will also allow you to listen to playback through home sharing and iTunes Match. You can also control the music through hidden controls on the iPad. Page 7.

How to Play Movies and Watch Video on 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.

Guided Tour: More iPad Resources
More iPad learning resources to help educate the reader on how to better navigate the iPad, which apps are best and how they can personalize the iPad.

How to Find the iPad's iTunes Store
The iTunes store on the iPad has many of the same features of the PC version, including movies, TV shows, music, audiobooks and podcasts.

Help With the iPad Interface
The iPad's Interface is designed to give you quick access to your most used applications while providing plenty of space to download as many apps as you want. There is even a spotlight search for quickly finding any app on your iPad.

What Apps Come With the iPad?
The iPad comes with a lot of great apps already installed and ready to use, including a maps app that can be a great GPS replacement.

iPad Multitasking FAQ
Confused? It may take a little practice getting used to the new multitasking capabilities of the iPad, but soon enough, we'll wonder how we ever did without it.

How to Multitask on an iPad
Split screen multitasking on the iPad provides a huge boost to productivity, and between Split View and Slide Over View, it is a very robust feature.

How to Change the iPad Keyboard to QWERTZ or AZERTY
You can easily change your iPad Keyboard Layout to the QWERTZ or AZERTY alternative layouts in the iPad's Keyboard Settings.

How to Create an iPad Keyboard Shortcut
Did you know you can create a keyboard shortcut for your iPad? A shortcut allows you to type an abbreviation like

iPad Keyboard Settings Help
The iPad Keyboard Settings will let you do customize your iPad by turning off Auto-Correction, choosing an International Keyboard or even setting up Keyboard Shortcuts.

How to Open and Change your iPad Keyboard Settings
Have you ever wanted to turn off Auto-Correct? You can do this and more in the iPad's keyboard settings. But first, you need to know how to get there.

How to Sync iPad Apps 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. Page 2.

How to Sync Movies From iTunes to the iPad
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.

How to Sync an iPad With iTunes
The ability to sync an iPad with iTunes will let you transfer apps, movies, music, photos, and document files between your PC or Mac and your iPad.

How to Sync Music From iTunes to the iPad
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.

iPad Training 101: A New User's Guide to the iPad
For new iPad users who have never owned an iPhone or iPod Touch, this page covers things like finding apps, installing, organizing, or deleting them.

Launch Apps Quickly
iPad 101 is for new iPad users who have never owned an iPhone or iPod Touch, simple things like finding good apps, installing them, organizing them or even deleting them might seem like an insurmountable task.

How to Move iPad Apps
Once you have downloaded an app from the App Store, the iPad may put it on a second screen. You can switch between screens by swiping your finger across the iPad, but you may want to move the app to the first screen so you can get at it quicker. Page 5.

An Introduction to Siri
iPad 101 is for new iPad users who have never owned an iPhone or iPod Touch, simple things like finding good apps, installing them, organizing them or even deleting them might seem like an insurmountable task.

How to Create Folders on the iPad
You can also create a folder of icons on the iPad screen. To do this, enter the

How to Find iPad Apps - iPad Basics
With over 40,000 iPad apps and many more compatible iPhone apps, you wouldn't think finding an app would be difficult. But like finding a needle in a haystack, it is that very popularity that can sometimes make it difficult to find the good apps. Page 3.

How to Install iPad Apps
Once you've found your app, you'll need to install it on your iPad. This is a two-step process. Page 4.

Ready to Learn More About the iPad?
A number of different resources to learn more about the iPad and how to get the most out of it.

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 Set Up an iPad For First Time Use
The process is relatively painless, but there are a few questions you will need to answer. This guide will walk you through the setup.

How to Download Your First iPad App
Once you know the steps to downloading apps from the app store and installing them on your iPad, the process is relatively simple.

How to Download iBooks on the iPad - Illustrated Guide
While iBooks doesn't come preloaded on the iPad, you can easily download iBooks from the App Store. Page 2.

Getting to Know the App Profile Page
The app store profile page contains important information about the app, including a description, screenshots and customer reviews.

Finishing the Download
Apps are downloaded to the iPad's home screen. Once they are installed, they can be moved to a different location or put into a folder.

An Overview of the iPad's Safari Settings
Did you know you can turn on AutoFill in the iPad's Safari Settings and you won't need to type in user names and passwords again? There are many great tricks you can do with the Safari browser by tweaking the settings.

iPad Help: How to Turn on Private Browsing
You can easily turn on private browsing on the iPad. Find out where it is located and what it does.

Enable or Disable Cookies in iPad's Safari Browser
In addition to the ability to enable and disable cookies in the Safari browser, you also have the option to keep websites from tracking you and have Safari warn you if you visit a potentially fraudulent website.

Features Missing on the Apple Watch
Apple's watch was set to light the wearable technology industry on fire, but did it get past these missing features?

How to Stream Music and Movies to Your iPad From iTunes
You'll be surprised at how easy it is to set up iPad Home Sharing. Once you have it enabled, you can pull up your music or movie collection.

How to Set Up Home Sharing in iTunes
The first step to sharing music between iTunes and the iPad is turning on iTunes Home Sharing. This is actually quite simple, and once you have gone through the steps to turning on Home Sharing, you'll wonder why you didn't always have it turned on.

How to Set Up Home Sharing on the iPad
After you set up Home Sharing on iTunes, it is quite easy to get it working with the iPad. And once you have iPad Home Sharing working, you can share music, movies, podcasts and audiobooks. This means you can get access to your entire music and movie collection without taking up valuable space on your iPad.

Sharing Music and Movies on the iPad
Once you have everything set up to share music and movies on the iPad, learn to listen to the entire music collection on your PC the same way. Page 4.

iPad iCloud: How to Backup and Restore
It is always important to make sure you are backing up your iPad at regular intervals. Luckily, backing the iPad up to iCloud makes this very easy.

How to Restore an iPad From an iCloud Backup
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.

iPad Mini Pricing Guide and Information
The iPad Mini presents a great way to step into an iPad with lower costs, with the latest Mini saving around $100 off the price of a full-sized iPad.

What to Do When 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.

Check the iPad Cable
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. One thing to check is the cable.

Low Power Can Cause iPad Problems
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. Sometimes, the problem is low power on the iPad.

Reboot the Computer and the iPad
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. Sometimes, rebooting the computer and the iPad can do the trick.

How to Reinstall iTunes
An iPad needs to connect to iTunes for system updates and the like, so when iTunes doesn't recognize the iPad, you might need to follow these steps. Page 5.

How to Troubleshoot Rare Problems With iTunes
An iPad needs to connect to iTunes for important system updates and backing up apps and data. With iTunes not recognized, problems may arise. Page 6.

The Best Web Browsers for the iPad
There are plenty of great third-party browsers, including those that support Flash, file uploads, multi-tabbed viewing and syncing to desktop browsers.

How to Reset Network Settings on Your iPad
The iPad has the ability to reset all of the network settings and achieve a factory default for network connectivity. This can sometimes be the key to solving Internet problems.

Troubleshooting: How to Reset the iPad
A problem iPad can often be solved by a reset of the iPad, no matter if your problem has to do with the Internet connection, a slow iPad or an iPad that simply doesn't work correctly.

iPad Wi-Fi Troubleshooting: Update Router's Firmware
The last step in troubleshooting Internet problems with the ipad is to make sure your router is up to date on its firmware. Page 8.

How to Fix: My iPad Won't Connect to WiFi
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.

Fix iPad Wi-Fi Problems: Troubleshooting Your Network Settings
A key step in troubleshooting iPad Wi-Fi problems is to check the network settings to make sure everything is set up correctly. Page 2.

Fixing iPad Internet Problems: Forget the Network
Sometimes, making the iPad forget settings can solve problems with a Wi-Fi network. This is a quick and easy way to solve problems.

iPad Internet Troubleshooting: Reboot the WiFi Router
If you are having Internet problems with your iPad, rebooting the router can often solve the issue.

How to Reset the iPad's WiFi Connection
The basic troubleshooting step of rebooting or resetting the problem can be applied to the wi-fi connection as well.

How to Lock the iPad With a Passcode or Password
The iPad can be secured by using a passcode or password to lock it. Once locked, the passcode is required anytime a person attempt to use the iPad.

The Best Piano/Keyboards/MIDI iPad Accessories
The iPad ecosystem contains a full range of MIDI-compliant apps and accessories for those who want to turn their iPad into a portable keyboard.

Fun iPad Games
The iPad brings portable gaming to a new level. The larger screen means you aren't squinting all the time, and the ability for the iPad to read and react to moving the device makes for some pretty inventive gaming.

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, web browsers provide Flash support.

How to Fix: My iPad Keeps Asking for its Password
If your iPad is continuously asking you to log in to your iTunes account, don't panic. This is a rather common issue that is easy to fix.

iPad RPGs: Role-Playing Games You Can Play on Your iPad
Are you looking to add a little role-playing into your iPad gaming? The iPad has a great combination of graphics, power and portability, making these iPad RPGs as mobile as your characters will be inside the fantasy worlds they create. Included among the best RPGs on the iPad are massively multiplayer online role-playing games like Pocket Legends, action-strategy RPGs like Dungeon Defenders and more traditional games like Infinity Blade.

iPad Game Tips, Tricks, Shortcuts and Cheats
The iPad has increasingly become a better and more focused mobile gaming console, easily rivaling Nintendo's 3DS and Sony's PSP devices. But having a great gaming device is only half the battle. The hard part is dusting your friends at almost any game you play. The smart player scours the Internet for the best tips and tricks so they are always on top of their game.

iPad Card Battle Games
Card battle game are so addictive because of the lure of new cards, especially when the game centers around the strategy of building the perfect deck.

Is There an iPad Virus? Can My iPad Be Infected?
The addition of an anti-virus app to the Apple app store may have some worried about whether the iOS platform truly is safe and secure from viruses.

Does the iPad Have GPS? Can It Replace a GPS Device?
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.

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. This allows MIDI access to a host of cool apps like Garage Band.

How to Use Apple TV With an iPad
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.

Adding Apps to a Childproofed iPad
The best way to childproof an iPad is to remove the credit card from the iTunes account, but how do you get apps on an iPad without a credit card on the account? Luckily, there are a few good solutions for doing this.

How to Remove a Credit Card From an iTunes Account
Did you know you can set up an iTunes account without a credit card? While Apple requires a form of payment when registering, you can remove it.

Things Your PC Can Do That Your iPad Can't
The iPad has come a long way since its release in 2010, but there are still a few things a PC can do that an iPad just can't manage.

How to Use Your iPad or iPad Mini as a Phone
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. Here are several examples.

How to Fix: My iPad is Disabled
The security features of the iPad will cause it to disable after several passcode attempts have been made. Too many could disable the iPad permanently.

What to Do If Your iPad Won't Charge
While your iPhone or iPod may not have a problem charging via the USB port on your computer, the iPad requires considerably more power.

How to Fix: My iPad Is Frozen
It can be very frustrating when the iPad is frozen, especially during an important task or if it frequently becomes stuck. Luckily, this is an easy fix.

How to Change the iPad Side Switch's Behavior
The iPad's side switch can be used to mute the volume on the iPad or lock the orientation, which is great if you are holding the iPad at an odd angle.

How to Turn Off Tips on the iPad
The iOS 8 update added a Tips app that sends notifications to inform you of neat features of the iPad. But what if you want to turn these notifications off?

The Best External Hard Drives for the iPad
External hard drives can expand the storage capability of your iPad, but not just any external drive will work with the iPad.

Divoom Bluetune Solo Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review
The Divoom Bluetune Solo has good sound in a small package, but it is the extra features that really make this $50 portable speaker a good buy.

The Best Vocals/Mic/DJ Accessories for the iPad
There are a number of good accessories for hooking a microphone up to your iPad or turning your iPad into a portable DJ station.

How to Use Your iPad With the Roland Integra-7
The Integra-7 iPad editor allows you to change sets, switch parts, choose sounds and tones and even load expansion sounds into your sound module.

How to Renew the Apple Developer's Certificates
Are you getting the dreaded 'no provisioning profile' error when testing apps on your iPad? It's time to renew your Apple Developer's Certificate.

iPad Office: Create a Chart in PowerPoint or Word
Microsoft Office's arrival on the iPad didn't include the ability to make charts in either Word or PowerPoint, but luckily, there's a trick.

What Is an iPad Widget? How Do I Install One?
The iOS 8 update brought widgets to the iPad. But what exactly is a widget and how do you install one? The answer is actually simpler than you think.

How to Reorder Widgets on the iPad Notification Center
It's easy to reorder widgets on the iPad's Notification Center, but first you will need to be in edit mode.

Review: Touchfire Keyboard for the iPad
The Touchfire keyboard is billed as the world's thinnest iPad keyboard designed to give the feel of touch typing. But how well does it work?

iRig Review - Play Your Guitar Through Your iPad
The iRig from IK Multimedia allows you to plug your guitar into your iPad and use it as a virtual effects processor. But how well does it work?

How to Change Your Game Center Profile Name
Did you know you can change your Game Center profile name? If you chose a bad nickname, you aren't stuck with it!

How to Log Out of the Game Center
It's easy to sign into the Game Center. But not so easy to log out of it. So how do you accomplish this task that Apple seemingly wants to keep you from doing?

How to Use the Game Center on Your iPad
The Game Center is a great way to connect with friends, keep track of leaderboards and achievements, and even issue challenges to friends.

What is iWork for iPad? A Look at Apple's Office Suite
Apple's iWork suite of office apps became free since the iPhone 5S was released. But what is iWork? And what can it do for you?

What Is the Latest Version of the iPad?
There are now three distinct models and five different iPads for sale. Which is the newest? And which one is the right one for you?

How to Improve the iPad's Camera
The iPad's camera has finally started catching up with the fantastic cameras in the iPhone, but there is still plenty of ways to improve your photographs.

A List of Funny Siri Questions
Siri is a great personal assistant, but she can also make you laugh with a number of funny questions you can ask her.

How to Turn On Find My iPad
Apple's Find My iPad feature is great for finding a lost iPad or recovering a stolen iPad. It's also an easy feature to turn on and use.

How to Turn Off or Turn On Find My iPad
Apple's Find My iPad feature is great for finding a lost iPad or recovering a stolen iPad. It's also an easy feature to turn on and use.

How to Test Your Internet Speed on the iPad
The iPad is only as fast as its Internet connection, so it can be a good idea to test your Internet speed to make sure your Wi-Fi isn't the cause of your problems.

How to Speed Up Your iPad and Improve the Performance
There's no way to overclock an iPad, but if you want to increase the speed, you can improve performance with a few settings and tweaks.

Clearing Cookies From the Safari Browser
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Removing All History and Data From the Safari Browser
If deleting Safari's cookies doesn't work, it is time to wipe the data from the Safari browser.

How to Fix: Can't Add Bookmarks in iPad's Safari
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.

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A resource for finding accessories for your iPad.

Both Useful and Cool iPad Accessories
Are you ready to accessorize your iPad? There are a lot of really cool accessories out there that can do everything from turning your iPad into an arcade to controlling a helicopter.

iPad Accessories Sold By Apple
Apple offers a number of great accessories for the iPad, including one of the most popular cases available. You can also pick up an adapter to connect your iPad to your TV.

The Best iPad Speakers
If you are looking for big sound from a not-so-big device or want to get the best headphones for your iPad, this list will point out the accessories that are the best in category and best in value. Page 4.

A Look at Popular iPad Accessories
If you are looking at some of the popular choices for accessorizing the iPad, we have a nice list of cases, keyboards and one of the best 'cheap' styluses available.

The Best iPad Headphones
Easily one of the best accessories to pair with an iPad, a good set of headphones lets you listen to your music or watch movies without disturbing the person next to you.

The iPad Air 2 vs the Google Nexus 9
The Google Nexus 9 is one of the fastest Android tablets, but is pure speed enough to catch the iPd Air 2?

How to Organize Apps on Your iPad
There are plenty of methods to keep organized on the iPad including putting your apps in folders, sorting the alphabetically and using the home screen dock.

How to Buy an iPad - A Buyer's Guide
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.

Does the iPad Support Bluetooth?
Does the iPad support Bluetooth? The iPad includes 2.1 + EDR support, which allows you access to many Bluetooth-enabled devices.

Should You Buy a Keyboard With Your iPad?
While you might have an urge to buy a keyboard alongside your iPad, is it better to wait on that purchase until you've taken the iPad for a test drive?

How to Start Using Your iPad
Are you new to the iPad? Want to start using your iPad without wading through a huge how-to book? This guide was designed to get new users up and running as quick as possible.

iPad Maintenance: Keeping It Clean and Running Efficiently
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.

Should You Buy the iPad 2 and Save Money?
The iPad 2 might seem tempting, but it may not be the best deal. There are several other Apple tablets that should be higher on anyone's list.

How to Watch Cable and Broadcast TV on the iPad
Most broadcast TV networks (ABC, NBC, etc.) and many cable networks (TNT,ESPN, etc.) offer iPad apps for watching video clips and full-length episodes.

Should Your Kid Use an iPad? And For How Long?
It is a common parent concern in the digital era: is it OK for my kid to play with an iPad? And how much iPad time is too much iPad time?

How to Boost Your 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 slow down your entir iPad, but there are a few things that can be done to boost the Wi-Fi signal throughout your house.

13 Things Android Can Do That iPad Can't
Android has come a long way in the past few years, with tablets from Google, Amazon and Samsung eating into the iPad's market share. So what are the bonuses of an Android tablet?

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.

iPad Competition: A Look at Tablets Competing With the iPad
From the Amazon Kindle Fire, which helped ignite the 7-inch tablet wars, to the Microsoft Surface, which hopes to bring Microsoft into the tablet market, the iPad has had increasing competition since its debut. But which competing tablets are the best and which are just trying to grab a cheap slice of the pie? Here we look at the best and worst of the iPad's competition.

What Tablet Should You Buy?
There is a growing number of tablets including the iPad, Nexus, Kindle Fire and Surface. But which tablet should you buy? We take a look at the different reasons for buying a tablet to match them with the best tablet for each category of consumer.

The Best Fantasy Football Apps for the iPad
Fantasy Football has left the PC and landed squarely on the couch, thanks to the iPad. No need to manage your team and check scores with a laptop, iPad apps can now do all of that.

The Best NFL Apps for the iPad
Are you ready for some football? The best NFL apps cover a variety of news and include those interested more in the fantasy side of things.

How to Enable iPad Family Restrictions
The iPad's parental controls allow you to restrict how your child uses the iPad, such as restricting app downloads or

How to Enable iPad Parental Controls
The iPad's restrictions 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. Page 2.

The iPad Parental Control Settings Explained
The iPad's restrictions 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.

How to Adjust the 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 a charge.

How to Turn On/Off Automatic Downloads on Your iPad
If your iPad is automatically downloading apps, music or books from iTunes, you can easily turn off automatic downloads in the iPad settings.

Is the iPad Still Popular?
There is a lot of doom and gloom in the media these days concerning the iPad, but has the iPad's popularity really waned? Or are we expecting too much?

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, this task is as easy as swiping.

How to Upload an iPad Photo to Facebook
Do you know the fastest way to upload a photo to Facebook from your iPad? You can actually do it right from your Camera app once you know how.

How to Upload Multiple Photos to Facebook on Your iPad
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.

Can an iPad Replace Your Laptop or Desktop PC?
The iPad Pro is now as fast as most PCs, but is it ready to replace your iPad? We'll take a look at some reasons it can and some reasons it can't.

Do You Actually NEED an iPad?
It's hard making the decision to buy an iPad. Do you actually need an iPad? Is the iPad better than a laptop? Does it beat a smartphone? What about Android?

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.

How to Use AirPlay on the iPad
AirPlay makes Apple TV the perfect companion to the iPad, allowing you to throw your iPad's display to your TV. So how do you make it work?

How to Use AirDrop on the iPad
AirDrop is a great way to share photos, documents, web pages and even contacts with friends and family simply by being near them. And it's easier to do than you think.

What Is AirDrop? How Does It Work?
AirDrop may be one of the most powerful and coolest features, but most people don't know anything about it. So what all can AirDrop do for you?

How to Turn On AirDrop on the iPad
It's easy to turn AirDrop on, off or set it to contacts only, but first you need to know where Apple hid the settings.

How to Use iPad 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.

How to Restore an iPad to Factory Default Using iTunes
The process of restoring an iPad to factory default

How to Transfer Photos From Your iPad to Your PC
Did you know you can manually copy photos from you iPad to your PC, which is actually quicker to do than syncing your iPad through iTunes?

The 25 Best Free '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.

The 25 Best Free '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.

The 25 Best Free '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 a Slow iPad and Test for a Laggy Internet
There are several factors that can slow down your iPad such as an app running in the background or simply a slow Internet connection.

How to Save Storage 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 Open the iPad's Settings
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.

How to Delete Multiple Photos From 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.

How to Delete Photos From Your iPad
There are multiple ways to delete photos from your iPad, including the ability to delete more than one photo at the same time.

How to Set Your iPad's Background Wallpaper
Have you ever wanted to customize the background image on your iPad's home screen or lock screen? It's a great way to personalize your iPad.

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.

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Great iPad Background and Home Screen Images
Did you know you can customize your iPad with a background image or change the picture on the home screen? These cool photos can make your iPad look great.

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Expand Your iPad
The iPad is a great tablet, but what makes it the most popular tablet in the world is all of the cool apps you can get to expand its uses beyond what you might think.

How to Travel With an iPad
The iPad can make a great travel companion, but there are a few things you should know before traveling with your trusty tablet.

How to Connect the iPad to Your TV Wirelessly or Using Cables
Have you ever wanted to connect your iPad to your big screen HDTV? It's actually a rather easy task to accomplish so long as you have the right adapters.

6 Hidden iPad Secrets That Will Turn You Into a Pro
Are you ready to look like a pro at using the iPad? These secret tips and features can unleash your productivity and speed up everyday mundane processes.

How to Quickly Control Your Music on the iPad
Did you know you don't need to go into the music app to skip a song or pause the playback? The iPad has hidden music controls that are easily accessible if you know where to look.

Find Music, Contacts and Apps Quickly Using the iPad's Search Feature
You can skip going to the music app to play a song or the contacts list to look up a phone number. Simply use the iPad's handy search feature!

How to Download Free Books on Your iPad
There are plenty of freebies available when you buy an iPad, and some of the coolest are all the free books you can download.

How to Move an App to the iPad's Dock
The iPad's dock is a great place to store apps that you want quick access to no matter which screen of apps you are on at the time. You can even put a folder on the dock.

How to Let Your iPad Speak Selected Text to You
Did you know the iPad has a text-to-speech feature built into it? It's not the most well known feature, but it can be a great boon to those sore eyes!

The 26 Best RPGs for the iPad (2015 Edition)
The iPad goes great with role-playing games. While some genres feel awkward, RPGs come out great on touch-based devices.

The 26 Best RPGs for the iPad (2015 Edition)
The iPad goes great with role-playing games. While some genres feel awkward, RPGs come out great on touch-based devices.

The 26 Best RPGs for the iPad (2015 Edition)
The iPad goes great with role-playing games. While some genres feel awkward, RPGs come out great on touch-based devices.

Should You Get AppleCare+ With Your iPad?
Is the AppleCare+ extended warranty really worth it for your iPad? Or would you be better off simply putting that money into a piggy bank?

How to Fix: My iPad Screen is a Fuzzy Green, Red or Blue
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The iPad Mini vs Galaxy Note 8 - Which Is Better?
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?

Should You Buy a Cellular 4G iPad or a Wi-Fi iPad?
You've decided to buy an iPad, but which model? 4G? Wi-Fi? What's the difference? We'll look at which iPad model makes the most sense for you.

How to Expand the Storage on Your iPad
The iPad comes with a limited amount of storage, depending on which model you purchase. But if you need more, there are several ways to expand that storage.

The Best Streaming Music Apps for the iPad
The iPad offers a number of great options for streaming music or listening to the radio, including free apps that allow you to create your own personal radio station as well as great solutions for subscription music.

How to Find Your iPad's Model Number
The iPad's model number can help you determine which model of iPad you own. It can be found on the back case of the iPad.

iPad Models: Find the Best iPad For You
With an iPad Air, an iPad Mini and an iPad Pro to choose between, it can be difficult to find the perfect iPad for your needs. Do you need the added processing power of the power? Or the extra screen space on the Air? Or will the Mini be just too... mini?

iPad Reviews
The iPad has consistently remained one of the top reviewed tablets and the number one tablet in customer satisfaction. If you are looking to buy an iPad, these reviews can help you decide on a model and get a better understanding for what the iPad can offer.

Find Out What to Do With a Cracked iPad Screen
A cracked iPad screen isn't the end of the world, but because the screen is larger than an iPhone, it is more expensive to repair, so you should review your options.

How to Connect a Keyboard to Your iPad
The iPad can do a lot of things, but it isn't known for fast typing. Luckily, you can easily connect a variety of keyboard solutions to turn the iPad into a work powerhouse.

The Best Strategy Games for the 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.

The Best Strategy Games for the 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.

The Best Strategy Games for the 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.

Download the iPad Manual - All Versions
Manuals for all models of the iPad, including the latest manuals, a manual for the iOS 4.3 update and information regarding Apple TV.

How to Customize Your iPad
There are a number of ways you can customize your iPad like changing the background wallpaper, personalizing the ringtone sounds or locking the iPad.

Pro Tips: How to Navigate the iPad Like an Apple Genius
Learning to navigate the iPad is one thing, but mastering navigations and learning all the little tricks is how to take your game to the next level.

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How to Fix: My iPad App 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.

New iPad OS Delivers Expanded Siri, New Music, Messages and Photos
The overriding theme of iOS 10 is third-party support, with developers gaining access to Siri, Maps, Phone and iMessages, which could have a huge impact.

14 Ways the iPad Is Better Than Android
The iPad helped define the tablet industry and is still the world's most popular tablet. But what makes it so much better than Android?

Is the iPad Worth the Price? Can It Even Save You Money?
The iPad is increasingly becoming a device used for productivity, but can it replace a PC and is it really worth the money?

How to Get Stuff Done on Your iPad
The iPad isn't just for browsing the web, reading email and finding out what people are up to on Facebook. It isn't just for games. And it isn't just for watching movies. In the right hands, the iPad is quite a capable tablet.

10 Great iPad Shortcuts to Make Your Life Easier
Did you know you can create your own shortcut on the iPad? Or use a virtual touchpad to control the cursor within text? Or even add an extra app to your dock?

How to Block Ads on Your iPad
Did you know that Apple allows you to install an ad blocker on your iPad? There are a number of great blockers to choose from including a few good free ones. We'll take a look at the best and go over how to set up and install the blockers.

The 9.7-inch iPad Pro Review: Better Than the Bigger Pro?
The 9.7-inch iPad Pro has officially been announced, but is it enough to upgrade from your iPad Air? Or is it just another incremental upgrade from Apple?

10 Ways the 9.7-inch iPad Pro Is Different From the 12.9-inch Pro
The 9.7-inch iPad Pro may have the same name as the 12.9-inch Pro, but there are a number of differences between the two tablets, including performance and memory available for apps.