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The iPad has undergone a number of changes since its original release inincluding the ability to create folders to organize your appsmultitasking, FaceTime supportAirPlay, AirPrint and Voice Dictation among many other features. Feeling overwhelmed? This list provides the official iPad manuals from Apple.
These operating system manuals are marked alongside the iPad model with which they debuted, however, you should use the manual that corresponds to the version of iOS you use rather than your iPad model. Most iPad users are now on iOS 9, so if you are unsure of your version, download the iOS 9 manual.
These manuals are geared more towards the operating system than the actual device. If you haven't updated the operating systemfind your iPad in the list and use the manual appropriate for that model. Instead, the update focused on performance, making the iPad even faster at doing everyday tasks. While awesome for any iPad, this was especially beneficial to older models.
Unfortunately, iOS 12 is only compatible with the original iPad Air and newer tablets including the iPad Mini 2 and iPad Mini 4. This makes the iPad 4 and previous models obsolete. The iOS 11 release saw the debut of features that help the iPad carry its own in enterprise situations.
This includes a new Files appwhich puts all of your cloud storage and local storage in one convenient place making it easier to share files and work on the same file from multiple computers or tablets. Drop-and-drag also came to the iPad, which makes sharing files and objects across apps even easier. The theme of iOS 10 was interoperability. While iOS keeps each app in its own walled enclosure to protect one app against another, which helps protect the operating system from viruses, IOS 10 includes new ways for apps to work alongside each.
This allows new photo filters downloaded from the app store to work inside the Photos app and new widgets to be available on the notifications screen. The two big features added to the iPad "Pro" lineup are the Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard, but perhaps the biggest feature in iOS 9 is the multitasking capabilities.
If you have an iPad Air or more recent iPad, you can do slide-over multitasking, which lets you run an app in a column to the side of your iPad. If you have at least an iPad Air 2, iOS 9 supports true split-screen multitasking. But perhaps the best feature of the update is the virtual touchpadwhich lets you use the on-screen keyboard like a laptop's touchpad. If you don't want to download this manual to iBooks, you can check out the interactive online version of the manual.
The iOS 8 update made a big splash because of the inclusion of widgets, which makes replacing the on-screen keyboard with a third-party keyboard possible. It also includes Family Sharing and the ability to handoff a document from your iPad to your MacBook or your iPhone. The biggest visual change to the operating system since the iPad's introduction, iOS 7 featured a brand new user interface. Included among the many new features were iTunes Radioa service similar to Pandora, and AirDropwhich allows wireless sharing of photos and files.
The iPad 4 was released alongside iOS 6, which added Siri to the iPad. This version also replaced Google Maps with Apple's Maps, though Google Maps is still available on the App Store. It also integrates Twitter into the operating system, making it easier to tweet to your friends. The iPad 2 was released with a new version of the operating system.
The features of iOS 4. The original iPad does not contain all of the features of the iPad 2 or iPad 3rd generation. If you bought the iPad when it was first launched and have not updated the operating system, this manual will give you accurate information on how to use all of the features.
The first major operating system update after the original iPad release, the iOS 4. It also included AirPlay, AirPrint, multi-tasking and fast app switching. This guide includes important safety and handling information, how to keep the iPad clean, the frequency rates used and an FCC Compliance Statement. Apple TV is one of the best accessories you can buy for your iPad, with AirPlay and Display Mirroring allowing you to send both audio and video to your TV or to AirPlay-compatible speakers.
The above link leads to the 3rd generation guide. You can also download a guide for the 2nd generation Apple TV and the 1st generation Apple TV. Read more about connecting your iPad to your TV. Daniel Nations. Daniel Nations has been a tech journalist since His work has appeared in Computer Currents, The Examiner, The Spruce, and other publications. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn. Updated on December 10, Tweet Share Email.
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This definitive guide helps you get started using iPad and discover all the amazing things it can do. Apple has fantastic marketing, however there Out Of Box Experience OOBE is severaly lacking because there is NO User Guide included with the device. Instead, we have to do a Google Search and find out that the arcane User Guide is on Apple Books, so I have to install that App just to read the User Guide.
What I really wanted to learn about was how to use Split View, and the explanation in the User Guide was deficient, so I ended up watching a YouTube video by a user, and then it finally worked for me. The Power button can be used for single tap, double tap, triple tap, long hold, hold with up volume, hold with down volume, uh huh, so you get the idea, lots of bizarre sequences to memorize.
So Apple, next time just include the User Guide, pre-installed on all iPad devices. Or, better yet, a series of Videos to demonstrate how to use this fine touch device, because words never caption the simplicity that a video does. When trying to teach an elderly, computer-illiterate person the basics of using an iPad, it would be very helpful to be able to print down an entire manual or sections of the manual. An electronic-only manual is useless for this demographic.
To force users to use the product so they can access manuals that explain how to use the product is circular reasoning and the pinnacle of absurd silliness! This decision flies in the face of the kind of forward-thinking innovation that Apple built their reputation on. It also condemns the product to minimal and marginal use until and unless the user is able to dedicate time to study and practice with the product - the very thing that Apple slammed their competitors about in their youth.
An extremely poor decision! Hint - release manuals in a format that can be easily printed. Publisher Description. Customer Reviews See All. More Books by Apple Inc. See All. Apple Watch User Guide.