When you charge an iPad, it will display its battery percentage in the status bar. This happens even if you don’t have the option enabled under Settings > General > Usage. As Dean Mayers points out at iOS Inconsistency, the iPhone doesn’t do this while charging.
If you plug your iPhone or iPad into iTunes and mouse over the colored storage bar at the bottom of the device details page, you’ll see more information about what and how much stuff is on your device.
When viewing Mail on your iPad in portrait, you can swipe right to show the message list. If you’re in the inbox and you swipe right again, you’ll move “up” one more step in the chain to view your inboxes and accounts. Depending on how you like to use your iPad, this can be faster […]
On your iPad, go to Settings > General and scroll down a little. Enable Multitasking Gestures. Now you can do some slick stuff for getting around your iPad: When in any app, put five fingers on the screen and clasp them together, as if your hand is the claw in that restaurant stuffed animal machine. […]
For some time, Preview’s File menu has offered an “Import from…” option that should recognize most devices that Mac OS X natively supports. Plug in your iPhone or iPod touch, and that menu will read “Import from [name of your device.” Unsurprisingly, it also supports the iPad now as well. Select one or more images […]
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