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Getting Started With the iPad 2 by Keth Engwall, Catawba College Library

Getting Started With the iPad 2 by Keth Engwall, Catawba College Library

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Getting Started withthe iPad2
Keith EngwallCatawba College Library
Note: This is a work in progress. I’d appreciate your feedback (
kengwall@catawba.edu). The picturesused in this document were copied from the Internet and were intended to be used locally under fairuse, so I do not yet have attribution information (yet), so please keep that in mind. Please feel free tomodify this document to meet your needs, just please
don’t sell it, and share it with others. Thanks!
Getting started with the iPad2
1. The Cover
So, the first thing we should look at is the cover. It’s probably closed right now. What you see below iswhat it looks like when it’s open (it opens like a
book). The cover is held closed by a little clip that gripsthe iPad in the middle of the right side.
Open the cover. Tip: Tuck your right thumb between the cover and the iPad just above the clip and push
while you use the tip of your right index finger to pull on the edge of the clip. It’s kind of stiff, so it takes
a bit of effort.
You’ll notice that the iPad2 (iPad from here on)
is on when you open it. Hidden magnets in the coverwake the iPad up when you open it and put it to sleep when you close it.
Close the cover (most of the way
if you don’t want to wrestle with the clip again)
and listen for a click.
That’s the iPad going to
sleep. Now
open it again. It’s automatically awake. Pretty nifty.
 iPad wakes up when cover is opened&goes to sleep when closedCoverClip
Ok, now that we’ve got it open, let’s take a moment to look more closely at the cover. The cover is
designed to not only protect the iPad but to also be used as a stand for the iPad.The cover attaches to the iPad with clips at the right corners and the top and bottom edge. The clips atthe left corners, near the spine, pop free easily to let the cover act as a stand for the iPad.To use the cover as a stand, pop free the clips on the left side, along the spine, rotate the iPad counter-clockwise until it is sideways and tilt the bottom edge forward (the back of the cover will bend along acrease) until it rests in one of the two grooves in the cover.The back of the coverbends along a creaseEdge & right corner clips hold the iPad in the coverLeft corner clips pop free easilyto let cover act as iPad standTwo grooves for different stand positions

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