What can an iPad do? How can I use my iPad to its full capacity?

Many people have invested their money and bought iPads. Unfortunately, these devices did not come with any manuals or lessons on how to use them. According to Wikipedia, 15.4 million iPads were sold during the fourth quarter of last year. Fortunately, the iPad is very similar to any of Apple’s other devices, especially the iPhone. So if you’re familiar with the iPhone, you’ll be pleased to know that the same technology has been redesigned for the much larger iPad. This way it’s more responsive and wonderfully accurate. If you’re new to any of the Apple devices (iPhone in particular), and this is your first introduction to any Apple device, you’ll be glad to find that it’s fairly easy to learn. Here are three things about the iPad.

1. iPad is an incredibly unique, high-resolution Multi-Touch device that’s so thin people often wonder where all its power is stored. That’s one of the first things people notice.

2. It has 10 hours of battery life. Don’t worry, that 10 hours of battery life includes your time while you’re using it, whether you’re surfing the web on Wi-Fi, listening to music, or watching videos. The built-in speaker delivers rich sound, especially through headphones. There is also a built-in microphone.

3. iPad has built-in Wi-Fi that automatically finds the fastest Wi-Fi networks. It is also compatible with Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR.

What can an iPad do?

1. Browse the web
The iPad is equipped with the Safari web browser. You can view pages in landscape or portrait format depending on how you hold iPad.

2. Verify email
The Mail app is one of the easiest ways to check your email. Click and you are there!

3.Watch videos
You can watch clear HD TV shows, movies, podcasts, music videos and more.

4. See photos
You can open photo albums with just one touch and flip through your images with ease. Slideshows and photos to share are also available.

5. YouTube app
A YouTube app was designed specifically for the iPad. YouTube has become even easier to use on the iPad than the YouTube site, especially since it’s in HD.

6.iTunes
The iTunes Store, just a click away with the latest movies, TV shows, podcasts, and more. You can also listen to and organize your own music just like you would on an iPod.

7. Read iBooks
The iBooks app is a great way to enjoy reading. You can buy the books you love most through the iBookstore where you just need to download the free iBooks app.

8.Applications
There are more than 150,000 applications and the iPad is capable of running almost all of them. You can download all kinds of apps, from games to Marvel Comics and even The Wall Street Journal. If you already have apps on your iPhone or iPod touch, all you need to do is sync them to iPad from your PC or Mac.

There are many more things that the iPad is capable of. I wish the iPad came with an instruction manual! Whether you’re good with computers or not, or have the time to figure out the iPad, there are plenty of resources that can help and teach you.