14 Things You Didn’t Know Your iPad Could Do

“Ever since iOS 11, users have been able to customize the control center,” Lynch explains. “You can add the features you use most often and access them more quickly directly from the control center.” To customize, start by opening “Settings” and tapping “Control Center.” Next, tap the green plus button to the left of the feature you’d like to add. “Now when you open the control center by swiping down from the upper right-hand corner of the screen, you’ll find the features you just added!” Lynch says. “Tap on the icon to access the feature.”

“Although iPads are often considered much better for consumer privacy, researchers have found that many apps on the App Store are able to collect invasive amounts of data from iPad users,” Walsh says. “To control and limit the amount of data that apps can harvest from you, be sure to properly manage your app permissions. To do this, open Settings and scroll down on the left until you see each individual application. Then click on each app and manage the permissions on the right.”

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