Mar 29, 2019 · When Apple announced the first iPad mini in 2012, the tablet's purpose was clear: It squeezed just about everything that made the regular iPad such a pleasure to use into a smaller, cheaper package.
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Apple’s iPad range is an excellent line-up of tablets, and that’s no secret. At the cheaper end of the spectrum, you have two brilliant devices – the original iPad, and the iPad Mini.
The mini definitely falls into an odd market as it has the same specs as the new iPad Air just in a much smaller form factor, so I’d definitely recommend the mini if you’ve got an older iPad and want to upgrade without breaking the bank and don’t mind the smaller form factor or even prefer your iPads in a more portable form. Apr 10, 2020 · Troubleshoot problems updating apps. There are a few things you can try if your apps are not updating properly: Double-tap the Home button to open the App Switcher. Swipe the App Store window up to close it. Return to the Home screen and open the App Store. Try downloading the updates again. Restart your iPad. How to use the Search field in the iPad mini App Store. If you know exactly what you’re looking for (or even approximately what you’re looking for), rather than simply browsing, you can tap the Search field in the upper-right corner of the iPad screen and type a word or phrase; then tap the Search key on the keyboard to initiate the search. Here are three ways you can figure out what apps you have installed on your iPad. 1. Finding installed apps via Settings. While there is no set section of the iPad’s Settings that allows you to view installed apps, you can actually view installed apps by looking at the Usage section. Open apps on the Home screen. Take a screenshot or screen recording. Cut, copy, and paste between iPad and your Mac. Connect iPad and your computer using USB.