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How to Set Up E-Mail on the iPad mini

If you don't want to sync the e-mail accounts on your Mac or PC, you can set up an e-mail account on your iPad mini manually. It's not quite as easy as clicking a box and syncing your iPad mini, but it's [more…]

How to Set Up Corporate E-Mail on the iPad mini

The iPad mini makes nice with the Microsoft Exchange servers that are a staple in large enterprises, as well as many smaller businesses. What's more, if your company supports Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync [more…]

Basics of E-Mail Account Setting on the iPad mini

The email app on the iPad mini has account settings allowing you to interact with your email. You most likely will never need most of these settings. So here they are, whether you need ’em or not: [more…]

iPad 4G or mini: Organize and Read E-Mail by Threads

If you have a fourth-generation iPad or an iPad mini and tend to have long e-mail discussions, you can use threads to organize and read your messages. The iPad Mail app enables you to view e-mail messages [more…]

How to Sync Your Tablet Automatically

Depending on the storage capacity of your iPad or iPad mini — 16GB, 64GB, or 128GB — you may be able to cram all of your computer’s tablet-friendly digital content onto the device’s hard drive. If that [more…]

Connect Your iPad to a Wi-Fi Network

The cellular-enabled iPad or iPad mini automatically connects to cellular networks. However, things aren’t automatic when it comes to wireless network connections — which iOS refers to as [more…]

Connect Your iPad to Known or Hidden Networks

If the Wi-Fi network is one that you use all the time — for example, your home or office network — the good news is your iPad or iPad mini remembers any network to which you connect. As soon as a known [more…]

How to Stop Incessant Wi-Fi Network Prompts on Your iPad

The Select a Wireless Network dialog is a handy convenience if you’re not sure whether a Wi-Fi network is available. However, as you move around town, you may find that this dialog pops up all over the [more…]

When You Don’t Want to Use Wi-Fi on Your iPad

There are many reasons you might not want to use a Wi-Fi connection when working with your iPad. Whether it’s to keep children off the internet, to keep your iPad from connecting to a non-optimal network [more…]

Cellular-Enabled iPads and iPad Minis

Some models of the iPad and iPad mini come with a cellular chip and antenna that enable those tablets to connect to a cellular network. The big advantage here is that you can use your tablet online even [more…]

How to Add Bookmarks to Your iPad

Even if you get your tablet bookmarks off to a flying start by copying a bunch of them from your Mac or PC, and now have a large collection at your beck and call, that doesn’t mean your bookmark collection [more…]

How to Sync Bookmarks on Your iPad

The web era is into its third decade now, so with your iPad or iPad mini, you probably know all about the wonderful world wide web. You’re probably most concerned with finding great web treasures and returning [more…]

iPad Browsing Tips for Faster Surfing

The iPad or iPad mini helps lessen (but, alas, not eliminate) the biggest problem with the web — the fact that it’s just so darned huge. You probably spend great big chunks of your day visiting sites and [more…]

How to Browse Your iPad with Tabs

Yes, indeed, Safari on iPad supports tabbed browsing instead of the slightly clunky pages it used in older versions. And you’re not restricted to a meager two tabs — no way. Your iPad or iPad mini lets [more…]

Touchscreen Tips for Surfing Your iPad

The case in favor of crowning the iPad and iPad mini the best web surfing appliances ever isn’t hard to make: they’re blazingly fast, render most sites perfectly, and the large screens mean that you almost [more…]

How to Add Voice to an iMessage from Your iPad

With iOS 8, you can record an audio message and send it along to a recipient. Apple calls this Tap to Talk and here’s how to take advantage of it.

Press and hold down the microphone icon to the right of [more…]

Smart Messaging Tricks You Can Use on Your iPad

The Messages app on your iPad lets you exchange iMessages, pictures, contacts, videos, audio recordings, and locations with anyone using an Apple iDevice with iOS 5 or higher or with a Mac running OS X [more…]

How to Sort and Display Contacts on Your iPad

How you refer to your friends will probably determine whether you choose to sort the contacts list on your iPad alphabetically by last name or first name. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars; scroll down to [more…]

Browsing the Internet on Your iPad with Safari

The iPad comes with the Safari web browser preinstalled. But before you hook in to a Wi-Fi network and start surfing the Internet, watch this video to find out the basics of how to use Safari and how to [more…]

Using Hyperlinks on the iPad

The iPad makes it easy to start an e-mail or go to a website by automatically interpreting links. [more…]

Using Your iPad to Send and Receive E-Mail

You can send and receive e-mail from your iPad. The mail icon displays unread messages, and your iPad lets you manage multiple e-mail accounts. [more…]

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