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iPad Air (4th Generation) User Guide: The Complete Illustrated, Practical Guide with Tips & Tricks to Maximizing the latest iPad Air 4th Generation

iPad Air (4th Generation) User Guide: The Complete Illustrated, Practical Guide with Tips & Tricks to Maximizing the latest iPad Air 4th Generation

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iPad Air (4th Generation) User Guide: The Complete Illustrated, Practical Guide with Tips & Tricks to Maximizing the latest iPad Air 4th Generation

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Sep 24, 2020
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A Comprehensive Guide to Mastering Your 2020 iPad Air” (4th Generation) and iPadOS 14.

Apple has introduced an all-new iPad Air — the most powerful, versatile, and colorful iPad Air ever. Now available in five gorgeous finishes, iPad Air features an all-screen design with a larger 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, camera and audio upgrades, a new integrated Touch ID sensor in the top button, and the powerful A14 Bionic for a massive boost in performance, making this by far the most powerful and capable iPad Air ever made.

This book is a detailed in DEPTH guide that will help you to maximize your iPad experience. It has ACTIONABLE tips, tricks and hacks. It contains specific step-by-step instructions that are well organized and easy to read.
Here is a preview of what you will learn:
  • A brief review of iPad 8th generation
  • How to set up your iPad
  • How to Multitask on Your iPad
  • New iPadOS 14 Features for iPad
  • Open Apps and Find Music and Quickly Using Spotlight Search
  • How to identify and remove unnecessary apps
     
  • 20 Apple keyboard shortcuts business users need to know
  • Accessing the Control Center, iPadOS 14 and iPad new gestures
  • Send and receive sms messages on iPad via Text Message Forwarding
  • Use Apple Pencil To Take Notes on Lock Screen
  • Use The Smart Keyboard and Master The Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Learn to create and use Memoji in iPadOS 14
  • Learn the changes to notifications in iPadOS 14
  • Apple Pay Cash
  • How to use Siri
  • How to perform quick website search in Safari
  • How to play FLAC files on an iPad
  • Download Free Books on Your iPad
  • How to Use iCloud Keychain on Your iPad Devices
  • How to use Favorites in Apple Maps
… and much more!

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Lançado em:
Sep 24, 2020
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9788835899686
Formato:
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Introduction

Apple today introduced an all-new iPad Air — the most powerful, versatile, and colorful iPad Air ever. Now available in five gorgeous finishes, iPad Air features an all-screen design with a larger 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display, camera and audio upgrades, a new integrated Touch ID sensor in the top button, and the powerful A14 Bionic for a massive boost in performance, making this by far the most powerful and capable iPad Air ever made.

The new iPad Air 4 (2020) marks a big change for Apple's 'light-as-air' line of tablets - no longer is it an ungainly version of the 'standard' iPads, but it's now more like a specced-down iPad Pro.

This 2020 model in the line, the iPad Air 4, got shown off at Apple's September event alongside the entry-level iPad (2020), the Apple Watch 6 and Apple Watch SE. It was certainly the most premium product shown off at the event, and maybe the most intriguing too.

This is the fourth generation of Apple's mid-range 'iPad Air' line, and it's a family Apple didn't seem to know what to do with, as the iPad Air 3 was just a bigger version of the entry-level iPad in many ways. The iPad Air 4 has loads in common with the iPad Pro (2020) models, so it seems Apple has a plan for the Airs.

To help you get your head around this tablet, we've compiled all the information we have on it so far including the iPad Air 4's price, release date, specs and features.

iPad Air (2020) release date and price

The new iPad Air price starts at $599 / £579 / AU$899, and it will be available to buy from 'next month', meaning some time in October 2020. That's quite a hike over its predecessor, but it seems like we're getting a big specs jump too.

That's the starting price, but you can get it in both 64GB and 256GB, with LTE connectivity or just Wi-Fi if you want. We'll put a graph below with all the prices.

The iPad Air 3 started at $499 / £479 / AU$779 for a version with 64GB storage, and $649 / £629 / AU$999 for 256GB. The price went up $130 / £120 / AU$200 for each for the LTE version, instead of Wi-Fi.

iPad Air design and display

The iPad Air has a flat edge, an all-screen display, a single rear camera and some subtle edge buttons – it looks a lot like an iPad Pro, which is a change from previous iPad Airs, which looked like large versions of the entry-level slates with big bezels and physical front buttons.

The screen uses Apples Liquid Retina display tech, which is a fancy form of LCD. It has a resolution of 2360 x 1640 and it's 10.9 inches across, which isn't quite as big as the iPad Pro models, as the smallest size of that slate is 11 inches. There are plenty of features here to improve the visuals too, such as Apple's True Tone display tech, which subtly tweaks the display depending on what environment you're in.

The iPad Air 4 is the first Apple tablet with a fingerprint sensor built into a button on the side, which is an intriguing move from Apple. Other slates from the company have had fingerprint sensors built into the home button on the front, but we haven't seen side-mounted scanners from Apple before.

There's a USB-C port here, as on the iPad Pro models, which should make charging and data sending much faster, and it'll be welcomed by professionals who want to plug external monitors or hard drives into the tablet

The iPad Air 4 works with the Magic Keyboard and the second-generation Apple Pencil – that makes it the first tablet outside the Apple Pro range to use this newer stylus. It attaches to the top of the tablet magnetically for storage and charging.

iPad Air specs and features

The chipset inside the iPad Air 4 is the A14 Bionic, which we're expecting to see in the iPhone 12. It's the first 5nm chipset in an Apple mobile tablet, and it sounds like  it'll make the new Air the fastest tablet Apple has put out yet – we'll run some benchmark tests as soon as we get the slate into our labs, to see if that's the case.

Apple says the graphics performance of the tablet is 30% faster, although it hasn't said what that's compared to. It does claim that the iPad Air 4 is twice as fast as your average HP laptop though.

Apple rarely announces the battery capacity of its devices when they're launched – we'd expect to find that out when the iPad Air is available to buy, as people will inevitably take it apart to see what's inside.

Finally there's a 7MP f/2.2 front-facing camera and 12MP f/1.8 rear camera, which should be good enough for video calls and other forms of communication.

Turn on and set up iPad

Turn on and set up your new iPad over an Internet connection. You can also set up an iPad by connecting it to your computer. If you have another iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or an Android device, you can transfer your data to your new iPad.

Prepare for setup

To make setup as smooth as possible, have the following items available:

●    An Internet connection through a Wi-Fi network (you may need the name and password of the network) or cellular data service through a carrier (Wi-Fi + Cellular models)

●    Your Apple ID and password; if you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one during setup

●    Your credit or debit card account information, if you want to add a card to Apple Pay during setup

●    Your previous iPad or a backup of your device, if you’re transferring your data to your new device

●    Your Android device, if you’re transferring your Android content

Turn on and set up your iPad

●    Press and hold the top button until the Apple logo appears.

●    If iPad doesn’t turn on, you might need to charge the battery.

Do one of the following:

●    Tap Set Up Manually, then follow the onscreen setup instructions.

●    If you have another iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 11, iPadOS 13, or later, you can use Quick Start to automatically set up your new device. Bring the two devices close together, then follow the onscreen instructions to securely copy many of your settings, preferences, and iCloud Keychain. You can then restore the rest of your data and content to your new device from your iCloud backup.

●    Or, if both devices have iOS 12.4, iPadOS 13, or later, you can transfer all your data wirelessly from your previous device to your new one. Keep your devices near each other and plugged into power until the migration process is complete.

●    You can also transfer your data using a wired connection between your devices.

●    If you’re blind or have low vision, triple-click the Home button to turn on VoiceOver, the screen reader.

Set up cellular service on iPad (Wi-Fi + Cellular models)

If you have a Wi-Fi + Cellular model, you can sign up for a cellular data plan. This helps you stay connected to the Internet when you’re away from a Wi-Fi network. You can set up a cellular data plan with any of the following:

●    eSIM

●    Embedded Apple SIM or Apple SIM card

●    Third-party nano-SIM (from a cellular provider)

Set up your cellular plan with eSIM

On models that support eSIM, you can activate the cellular service from your iPad. You may also be able to travel abroad with iPad and sign up for cellular service with a local carrier in the region you’re visiting. This isn’t available in all regions, and not all carriers are supported. Go to Settings  > Cellular Data.

Do one of the following:

●    To set up the first cellular plan on your iPad, select a carrier, then follow the onscreen instructions.

●    To add another cellular plan to your iPad, tap0Add a New Plan.

●    To scan a QR code provided by your carrier, tap Other. Position iPad so that the QR code provided by your carrier appears in the frame, or enter the details manually. You may be asked to enter a confirmation code provided by your carrier.

Alternatively, you can activate your cellular plan through your carrier’s app (if supported). Go to the App Store, download your carrier’s app, then use the app to purchase a cellular plan.

You can store more than one eSIM on your iPad, but you can use only one eSIM at a time. To switch eSIMs, go to Settings > Cellular Data, then tap the plan you want to use (below Cellular Plans).

Set up your cellular plan with an embedded Apple SIM or Apple SIM card

On models with an embedded Apple SIM or Apple SIM card, you can activate the cellular service from your iPad. You may also be able to travel abroad with iPad and sign up for cellular service with a local carrier in the region you’re visiting. This isn’t available in all regions, and not all carriers are supported. Go to Settings  > Cellular Data.

●    Tap Add a New Plan, then follow the onscreen instructions. You can choose a carrier and a plan, or you can add your iPad to an existing plan.

Install a nano-SIM

You can install an Apple SIM card or a nano-SIM provided by a carrier.

●    Insert a paper clip or

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