The latest operating system for the iPad supports folders. Just drag on app onto another one to create a folder. The folder that is created will be named with the category of the applications that are inside it. You can rename the folder, too. It is always a good idea to utilize the security features of your iPad, even if you don’t think you need them. You never know when you may accidentally lose it, and it generally has access to a lot of secure information like emails, phone numbers, addresses and possibly even bank information. A great way to keep pages open is to open new pages in a new tab. When in Safari, tap and hold a URL to see a popup menu. You can select the option to have another tab created with the new link content. You can paste and copy text using the iPad. Tap and hold on the text you want to copy and choose select so you choose the sentence you want to copy. If you tap once more, you will be presented with the option to copy. You can then paste your text by tapping, holding and selecting Paste.
You can shortcut to your most used apps. Just double-tap the home button, and you will see them on the bottom of the screen. This is a good way to quickly access an app instead of scrolling on your screen to find the apps you need. Swiping doesn’t work in the Calendar app. You can select the appropriate date using the navigation bar. The date you are looking at now is highlighted in blue for easy reference.