Available only for the iPad Air 2 multitasking has been transformed in iOS 9 and it’s pleasingly simple to use. Pulling in from the right side of your slate’s screen while in an app launches a multitasking side bar – without dropping out of your primary app.
Close apps by touch with fingers
You can touch the screen with five fingers or pinch and spread them quickly to open your most recently used app and in same way close them.
Pull apart your keyboard
You can split the keyboard in half and type easily with thumbs too – this is done by dragging one finger to the left, and one to the right across the keyboard itself.
Stay online by using your iPhone as a hotspot
On your iPhone, go to Settings > Personal Hotspot to enable it. Then on your iPad, go to Settings > WiFi and select your iPhone.
Shake your iPad to undo the delete
If by mistake you have deleted your email just shake your iPad and have the option to undo your error.
Disable in-app purchases
Many a times your kids have a play with your iPad and you have the fear of them running up a huge bill by downloading in-app purchases. But not to worry as Apple has provided a solution. A quick trip to Settings, then Restrictions presents you with the option to Enable Restrictions. Then you can disallow the download of apps and in-app purchases by moving the relevant sliders to the left.
Reveal Request Desktop Site
Get the desktop version of any website by tapping on the URL bar and pulling down to reveal request Desktop Site.
Make your Mac Appear
If you don’t have a cable in handy g to In Finder on Mac, click on “AirDrop.” Then on your iPad, open the photo, tap the Share button and your Mac should appear.
To create a folder keep your finger pushed down on any app icon until all of the icons on your home screen start to vibrate. Then, again with your finger held against the screen, move one on top of any other. After a second both will be encased in a folder and you can even name it to help you keep track of where your apps live.
See original Image
While editing an image in the Photos app, press and hold the picture to see the original.
See Closed Tabs
In Safari for iPad, press and hold the “+” sign to see recently closed tabs.
Put the Calls off
Are you disturbed often that your iPad keeps ringing when you get a call on your iPhone, go to Settings > FaceTime > turn “iPhone Cellular Calls” to off.
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