How to Use Apple iPad Manual For New Users

You have bought an ipad but the problem now is how to use it. If you don’t know how to operate or use your ipad, you will never know its value, benefits and importance. First of all, what is ipad? An ipad has a full name known as eye pad. It is a line of tablet computers that is designed, developed, manufactured and marketed by a technology company called Apple product is primarily designed as a platform for audio- visual media including books, periodicals, movies, music, games and web content. It is unfortunate that a lot of people don’t know its features and what they can use it for.

Before you can start learning how to use any product, you must first of all understand the features of that product and what you can use it for.

The ipad has size and weight just like contemporary smart phones and laptop computers. It runs the same operating system as the ipod touch and at the same time, it runs its own applications as well as iphone applications.

What you must understand is that the ipad will only run programs that are approved by the company that manufactured it which is Apple Inc and all the programs are being distributed via Apple Store. The ipad web browser is different; you can use it to browse the internet just like your normal laptop computer. Additional programs apart from browsing the net are distributed via Apple Store. Apple Store showcases, distributes and markets their programs through the device.

The ipad uses a Wi-Fi connection to access local area networks and the internet. There are some models that have inbuilt 3G wireless interface that can easily connect to HSPA or EV-DO data networks and on the internet.

Now that you have your own ipad, the first thing you should do is to get yourself some apps from Apple Store. There are over 140,000 apps or programs in Apple Store. You need to download or install them into your ipad. Some basic ones are Netflix, which lets you stream movies and TV shows right on your iPad, and Flipboard, which will arrange your Twitter and Facebook feeds in a magazine-style format.