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don‘t really use.
Live streaming and downloads
Live streaming videos like youtube and download stuff from sites will significantly drain your
battery power. Wait until you can get to a place where you can plug in to do those
Turn down your screen brightness and lights. To do so go to Settings > Brightness &
Wallpapers > Then drag the slide to the left.
Stay away from games
Don‘t play games if you know you‘re going to use your i
Pad battery power for something else
more important. That‘s a battery killer
Emails and Social Networks
You can check that facebook & twitter page later on your desktop or laptop. Oh, the emails. Do
you have to check that now?
Disable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
But, no game, no Youtube, no Facebook, no Twitter, no email, why I use iPad?
iPad Tips and Tricks #8: Get Back a Deleted App
If you delete an app, either accidentally or because you don‘t think you will use it, you can
always get it back one of two ways.
If you have synced your iPad with iTunes since downloading the app, it will be in the Apps tab
of your iPad‘s screen
in iTunes. Just recheck the box for that app.
Without tethering to your computer, just find the app in the iTunes App store on the iPad and
download it again. You will see a prompt that you have already bought this app and an option
to re-install it without having to pay for it again. It is a little nerve-racking, especially if the app is
an expensive one. But don‘t worry so long as you are sure that was the app you deleted.