What You May Not Know About An IPad

Everybody is talking about portable tablets now and especially the iPad. You are missing out if you haven’t already jumped on the bandwagon. There’s excellent ways to use an iPad, no matter the type of gadget user you may be. For some eye-opening tips, see the helpful information below.

Your folders are now supported with iOS. Start by putting your finger on the app. As it starts jiggling, you drag the app over another icon and then let go. Doing this creates a folder, categorizing both apps. If you don’t like the label, you can rename the folder.

Are you sick of your iPad asking you to become part of a Wi-Fi network? Then go to settings and eliminate the possibility. You can go to the tab to opt out of joining a network. Pick that option, and you will not see notifications any longer.

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Who Should Get Tested for COVID-19?

In this unprecedented time of crisis, the COVID-19 cases are increasing exponentially. The chances that you will get exposed to SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes infection) continue to increase. If you’ve been exposed to someone with COVID-19 or begin to experience symptoms of the COVID-19, you should self-quarantine or self-isolate yourself for 14 days to avoid the spread of the disease and go get rapid testing. Self analyze day to day signs and symptoms of coronavirus. The virus’s incubation period is around 5 to 7 days, but it can be up to 14 days. If you don’t develop symptoms by the end of 14 days, good news you don’t need to test. Patients can stop self-isolating once their doctor advises them it is safe to do so. Generally, factors to consider are:

  • You have had 24 hours without fever (off of anti-fever medication)
  • It has been at least 10

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