Configuring peripherals


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Configuring peripherals

While the iPad operates quite well as a solitary device, there are benefits to using external devices with it as well, keyboards, wireless headphones, microphones, even musical instruments. In this movie, we'll look at a couple of different ways to use such devices with your iPad. We'll start with a look at Bluetooth. Bluetooth is a technology that lets you use wireless devices from up to around 30 feet away. For instance, I can connect this Apple Wireless Keyboard to my iPad and use it to enter text rather than using the iPad's virtual keyboard.

This is done through a process called pairing. Let's give it a try. On the iPad, I tap Settings, I go to General, and then I tap the Bluetooth setting. I'll switch it on. And it shows me that it's searching for Bluetooth devices. Now I press and hold on the Power button on the side of the keyboard until the LED starts blinking, and it finds my keyboard. I tap that entry.

It asks me to enter a code, which I do, and then I pr...

Configuring peripherals
Video duration: 6m 43s 4h 17m Appropriate for all Updated Feb 21, 2013

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Configuring peripherals provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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