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How To Improve Battery Life On The iPad

In this article we will give you a simple guide that will show you how to improve the battery life on your iPad. The reason I decided to write this article is because frequenting the forums I was a lot of people having problems with the battery life of the iPad.

Most people were complaining of having 100% battery and then leaving the iPad on for a few hours and seeing the battery has gone down all the way to 30%. Obviously if you are not using your iPad this is a very rapid decline of battery life.

Luckily this article will address the reason this happens.

NOTE: If you perform the steps in this article and your battery life is still going down quickly you will need to call Apple support.

How To Improve Battery Life On The iPad:

To save the battery all you need to do is double tap the Home button.

This is the main button at the bottom of your iPad. You need to press this twice fast.

You will then see a menu pop up at the bottom of the screen and this will have all of your recently used apps.

Now you need to rest your finger on the first app.

NOTE: You are not going to tap the first app; you need to actually rest your finger on it until it starts to wobble.

Once it starts to wobble you will see a red subtract sign at the top left of the app.

You then need to press this red subtract sign to delete the app. Delete ALL of them in the taskbar.

This will not delete the app from your iPad it will only delete it from this quick start bar.

Once they are all deleted and the taskbar is clear you will have much better battery life for your iPad.

Why Does This Work?

Every app that you use on the iPad will be put in this quick start taskbar by default. The problem is that if you are playing a lot of games and using a lot of different apps it will keep them running in the background.

If you have been playing a racing game for instance and then you go to use Safari to browse the web you may find that the racing game is running in the background and this is what drains the battery.

By following through the steps above you will be able to improve your iPad battery life with ease.

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Saturday, April 30, 2011
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Popular iPhone Apps for Entrepreneurs

If you are like most aspiring entrepreneurs you probably think about your business and the next thing you need to do in order to make your work a success, even when you are away from your computer. While doing what needs to be done is what can take you from nobody to somebody, most cell phones do not have the ability to provide you with the software you need when you are on the go. Here are some of the most popular productivity applications that exist for the iPhone so you can stay on track with everything that needs to be done for your business, regardless of where your day may take you.

No matter how good you may think you are at keeping track of every item you need to take care of on a daily basis, there may be times that at least one or two items from your to do list may fall through the cracks. While most may take notes utilizing a pen and paper, the iPhone has a great alternative in the form of ReQall. While many applications provide users with a simple to do list, ReQall combines your to-do list, shopping list, and voice memos into an easy to use package. The best feature is that the data contained in ReQall can be accessed from more than just your iPhone. The app syncs to your online account so you can access your notes from your computer if you so choose.

Those who have ever been caught in a new city with the need of a specific product or service will love the YPMobile application. While we all know that it is impossible to carry the yellow pages around with you where ever you go, YPMobile gives users access to a searchable Yellow Pages so you can easily find what you're looking for without very little effort. As an added bonus the app even gives you the option to search by category so you can find the closest restaurants to your current location if you have no clue as to what to choose for dinner.

Lastly for the iPhone user who needs the help of an electronic personal assistant there is the application entitled PageOnce Personal Assistant. Unlike other applications that provide users with a specific service, PageOnce takes all your online accounts and merges them into a user friendly interface. This app gives you the ability to view any account that matters most to you at a given point in time. The only disadvantage is the data it provides is read only, preventing you from making that important payment that you just realized you had missed.

These are just a few of the most popular productivity applications for the iPhone. Whether you need to keep tabs on the status of all your important accounts, or you just need to make a list of the tasks you need to complete on any given day, these apps can give you the tools you need to turn your business into a budding success.

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Friday, April 1, 2011

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