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6 Tips Save Electricity on Your iPad

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We should all try to save electricity by making a concerted effort of concerned and conscious citizens. We are so used to living with power that most people never even think about it unless it goes out. “Battery life” means the time your iPad will run before it must be recharged. To maximize the amount of battery usage you get on your iPad 2, you can change certain settings within the device.

So you want to save electricity on iPad no matter how many hours Apple Inc claims iPad can last. Here we will introduce several tips for saving electricity on iPad.

Tips for saving electricity on iPad:
Tips 1: Make sure that you have set the “brightness” option to the lowest. You know in the ordinary course of events the fucntion has no much to help but use very much power.

Tips 2: Try to keep your iPad at room temperature. The iPad burns power much faster when it is at higher temperatures than room temperature. Don’t overuse your iPad and wait for it cools down every 30 minutes or so. This will ensure that your iPad lasts longer.

Tips 3.Turn off location services:If you not play video on ipad,you should turn off the videos. An increasing number of applications now want to track your location, and will continue to do so unless you turn this tracking off. To check which applications are running location services, go to Settings > General > Location services. You can set location services to be off for all or just select applications.

Tips 4: Turn Wi-Fi off if you are not using Wi-Fi. Because when Wi-Fi is always turned on, iPad will last about hour or so shorter than if it turned off. Also, if you are using an iPod Touch or iPhone put video to ipad mac, turn the “Push” option off too.

Tips 5: If you have play movies on iPad for a long time, you’d better turn off your iPad to have a rest. It’s good for you and your loved iPad.

Tips 6:Auto-Lock Sooner: You can determine how quickly the iPad’s screen should lock when it hasn’t been in use. The shorter the time before it locks, the less battery you’ll use. To change this setting, go to Settings -> General -> Auto-Lock and choose your interval.

As you can see, there are things that can be done to save on your electric that don’t even cost anything, other than a few minutes of time to flip a switch. Still, there are lots of choices you can make to adjust the settlements. Since any operation is controlled by you, so you can do personal option. OK! That’s all. Hoping these simple tips can help you save electricity on iPad and manage your iPad better.

Related: iPad to Mac Transfer, With this ipad to mac transfer, you not only can transfer iPad music, photos, videos, movies, podcast and TV program to Mac but also can freely copy iPad files to iTunes library(iPad to iTunes), add Mac files to iPad(Mac to iPad). iTunes 9.1 is supported.

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