Tips For Personalising Your iPad
With the iPod and iPhone dominating the respective music and mobile markets for some years now the iPad had to bring something unique and among its benefits is the perfect platform it provides for reading and browsing on such a light and compact device. It has undoubtedly been a resounding success for Apple and each upgrade guarantees the interest and subsequent investment of its consumers from all over the world. One of the biggest attractions to the iPad is the facility to have such an advanced device tailored to fit your interests and requirements to such a large extent and these are some of the key ways you can personalise yours.
This is perhaps something you will only want to have done if you are not intending to sell your iPad at any time in the future but having it engraved can give it a unique touch. As with all devices you decide to have engraved you can choose anything from commemorative text to heartfelt messages and for those who buy an iPad as a gift it is also often seen as ideal.
An iPad opens up a whole world of possibility, especially in an online sense, so it is understandable that there are sometimes areas you want to restrict if you let your children use it for example. There are also times when you will want to simply keep it locked so setting a four-digit passcode to access the iPad is highly recommended. To exert a level of governance over exactly the type of content your children have access to you can use the parental controls.
An iPad is a visual pleasure too so to get the best out of it you have to make use of images. It is perfect for sending, sharing and storing photos and having a wallpaper that you enjoy is a big part of the all-round experience. You have the option to set separate wallpapers for areas such as your home screen and the one you see when the screen lock is activated.
Sounds and notifications
Some people prefer to be notified when all aspects of their iPad have something new to show them. However, there are plenty who want to only hear sounds from it when they specifically choose. As people are very different in their own preferences it is very useful to be able to heavily personalise this feature. You can have it on silent all the time or be sent ‘push’ notifications each time you have an email or message from a range of platforms.
Article written by Paul Robertson on behalf of the laser engraving suppliers who satisfy needs ranging from personalising iPods and iPads, to customizing trophies – http://www.lasermarked.com/.