2.1 How to Care for the iPadDIRECTIONS: Please review the information below to understand how to keep your iPad in good working condition and prevent its loss due to theft.You may also download and save a copy of this information for future reference by clicking here.Screen Precautions
- Always keep iPad in a protective case. The corners and edges of the iPad and screen are
- the most vulnerable spots, so using a case that protects those areas is best practice.
- Use only a clean, soft lint-free cloth to clean the screen. The kind of cloth you use for eyeglasses works really well.
- Do not use liquid cleansers of any type or compressed air.
- Do not lean on top of the iPad or stack anything on top of it.
- Do not put anything near or on the iPad that could put pressure on the screen.
- Do not place iPad in a book bag, backpack, or carrying case with anything that will press against or put pressure on the iPad or screen.
- Always keep iPad in a protective case.
- Insert and remove cords and cables carefully to prevent damage.
- Do not add any writing, drawing, stickers, labels, or etchings to the iPad or its case.
- Do not leave your iPad, charging brick, or charging cable unattended in any area where they can be mistakenly picked up or stolen by someone else.
- Do not leave your iPad plainly visible inside a parked automobile.
- If the iPad is left for too long in a hot environment, permanent damage may occur. Do not put iPad near a heat source or leave it somewhere where it might become overheated, such as in an automobile on a hot day.
- iPad is designed to function between 32 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit. If a temperature warning screen ever appears or iPad will not power on after being in an environment that is excessively hot, move iPad to a cooler location out of heat or sunlight and wait at least 30 minutes while iPad re-regulates its internal temperature before attempting to use it again.
After reviewing the tips above, please proceed to section 2.2 & 2.3 Set Up GISD Email on iPad & Change Email Signature.
Last Modified on August 16, 2014