How to Care for Your New iPad?

By Yvette Divino, Guest Author ( For Guest Post See Terms )   Learn the Basics Here! I know that sometimes, we tend to buy gadgets b...

By Yvette Divino, Guest Author (For Guest Post See Terms)


Learn the Basics Here!


I know that sometimes, we tend to buy gadgets because of the big hype that goes with its release. Sometimes, even before checking the full technical specifications of the gadget, we still go head-on and pull out dollars from our already hungry pockets. In fact, we always look past the product manual and forego reading the instructions and other what-nots written on it. This may sound trivial to you but a lot of times, damage to the tablet stems from the lack of knowledge on how to maintain and care for it.

We would like to share some tips on how to properly maintain the appearance of our iPads and possibly, to orient you to some ways to maximize its full functionality. These tips will help you keep your gadget in working condition. If not, you can always trade in iPad for cash.

As a iDevice owner, you must know that your tablet is always synced using a computer. Yes! You need to have a computer. In order for you to run it, you must first have your iPad plugged into a computer with your iTunes account information. Be aware that Apple didn’t let you buy that gizmo just so you can run it using different software.

Also, do not leave your iPad in the bathroom while you are in the shower. I know it’s quite questionable that you need to have your iPad with you in the bathroom. I mean, even if the iPad is put on a dry area, the condensation of water can build up inside the gadget. It can moisten the insides of the camera. This happens and you don’t need to try it. Unless you want to sell a broken iPad as soon as possible.

Do not leave your gadget in extremely cold (in the refrigerator?) or hot places such as your car. Also do not squeeze your iPad in a fully loaded bag, and don’t put it with things that are likely to put scratches and dents in it such as car keys. The iPad is a device that, despite its classy look, has some weak points too.

If it doesn’t have a protective case, do not put it in a face down position. This can lead to eventual minor scratches. Also, do not commit the blunder of placing your iPad on your lap especially while driving. Sometimes, people forget that they have placed their iPads on their laps. This leads to cracked screens when you quickly get out of the car and drop it on your way out. Again, this can be the case if you want to sell electronics- even the broken ones- for cash online.

You can have fun with your iPad but be sure that everything that you do with it- the use, misuse, and abuse- will be worth every dollar you paid for that expensive device. In these difficult economic times, it’s impractical to spend hundreds of dollars for something only to waste it because of our own irresponsibilities.

About the Author: Yvette Divino is a tech blogger he can reached at:!/yhenggnehy and



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