iPad

Getting Started with iPad

Getting Started With iPad

iPad Overview

Connecting Your iPad with Apple TV

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Start Mirroring

If you belong to JCISD tech consortium, your Apple TV should be named your room.

  1. On your iPad, open Control Center by using one finger to swipe down from the top right hand corner.
  2. Click the Screen Mirroring button.
  3. Choose your Apple TV based on your room number.
  4. If an Apple TV 4-digit passcode appears on your projector screen, enter the passcode on your iPad.

Stop Mirroring

To stop mirroring, open Control Center, click the Screen Mirroring button that now says your Apple TV number, click Stop Mirroring. Or press the Menu button on your Apple TV Remote.

Learn more about mirroring or extending the display of your Mac.

iPad Gestures

Pull Up the Dock.webm

PULL UP THE DOCK

Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to see your dock.

(Attributed to Hamish Dowell)

Go Home.webm

GO HOME

  1. To get to your home screen place 4 or 5 of your fingers spread widely on your screen and bring them together quickly.
  2. Place 4 fingers close together on the bottom half of the screen and push them towards the top
  3. With 1 finger start just below the screen and swipe up.

(Attributed to Hamish Dowell)

Bring Up the Task Switcher.webm

BRING UP THE TASK SWITCHER

  1. Place 5 fingers spread widely on your screen and slowly bring them together until the opened apps appear.
  2. Place 4 fingers close together on the bottom half of the screen and push up towards the top slowly until the opened apps appear.
  3. With 1 finger start just below the screen and swipe slowly until the opened apps appear.

(Attributed to Hamish Dowell)

Switch to the Latest Used App.webm

SWITCH TO THE LATEST APP

  1. Using 4 or 5 fingers swipe left or right to move between recently opened apps.
  2. Using 1 finger start just below the screen and swipe up slowly. As soon as you see the dock swipe left or right.

(Attributed to Hamish Dowell)

Open the Notification Center.webm

OPEN THE NOTIFICATION CENTER

Using 1 finger start just above the screen and swipe down. Try to stay towards the middle or left side of the screen when doing so.

(Attributed to Hamish Dowell)

See All Your Widgets.webm

SEE ALL YOUR WIDGETS

While in the lock screen or notification screen swipe right with 1 finger.

(Attributed to Hamish Dowell)


Open the Camera.webm

OPEN THE CAMERA

While in the lock screen or notification screen swipe left with 1 finger.

(Attributed to Hamish Dowell)


Open Control Center.webm

OPEN CONTROL CENTER

Using 1 finger start just above the screen on the right side and swipe down.

(Attributed to MacRumors)


Trackpad Mode.webm

TRACKPAD MODE

  1. Place 2 fingers anywhere on the keyboard for a second and then move them in the direction you want the cursor to move.
  2. Place 1 finger on the spacebar for 1 second and then move it in the direction you want the cursor to move.

(Attributed to Omarr Ghafoor)

2 Finger Zoom.webm

ZOOM

Place 2 fingers on the screen and push them apart to zoom in on something.

(Attributed to PetaPixel)


Slide Over.webm

SLIDE OVER

While in an app, place 1 finger below the screen and slowly move up until you see the dock. Press on a different app and drag up. Let go of the app. (This works for most, but not all apps.)

(Excerpt From: Apple Education. “Mac Starter Guide macOS High Sierra.” Apple Inc. - Education, 2018. Apple Books.)


Split View.webm

SPLIT VIEW

While in an app, place 1 finger below the screen and slowly move up until you see the dock. Press on a different app, drag it up and to the right or left until a black space appears. Drop the app there. (This works for most, but not all apps.)

(Excerpt From: Apple Education. “Mac Starter Guide macOS High Sierra.” Apple Inc. - Education, 2018. Apple Books.)


Drag and Drop.webm

DRAG AND DROP

While in split view or slide over highlight text. Then press on the highlighted text with 1 finger and drag to the other app. (This only works in apps where you write. Examples: Emails, Notes, etc.)

(Excerpt From: Apple Education. “Mac Starter Guide macOS High Sierra.” Apple Inc. - Education, 2018. Apple Books.)





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