With big-sized screen, most Apple fans have been satisfied with iPad so far. Well, should such grand screen match surprisingly stunning wallpapers that it deserves? We change our desktop pictures now and then coming across those we really appreciate. In this sense, it is common for us to activate and change iPad wallpapers often. But how? Let’s check it out.
Activate iPad Wallpapers
Since the iPad is acting as a computer for users, the ability to customize features and settings goes a long way in terms of its functionality. Therefore, to create custom wallpaper is as easy as the setting by completing a few straightforward steps.
1. Open Safari
2. Search for images through the search engine of your choice. The interface site contains images that are appropriately sized for your iPad.
3. Open the image as large as it can be viewed.
4. Press and hold the screen until an icon pops up that says “Save image” or “Copy”.
5. Select “Save image” from the menu that pops up.
6. Go to “Settings”, “Brightness & Wallpaper” and “Saved photos”. It is a good idea to keep all saved photos in this folder so you don’t lose track of where they are. Copy images to other folders if you wish to use it for something else.
7. Press “Set Lock Screen” or “Set Home Screen” to activate this image and set it as your wallpaper.
Change iPad Wallpapers
As you customize it to your preferences, you may want to change the default wallpaper to a different background or photo.
1. Turn on your iPad by pressing the “Home” button or the “Reset” button on the top right-hand corner of the screen.
2. Slide the arrow to the right on the bottom middle of the screen to access your iPad Apps.
3. Tap “Settings”, “Brightness & Wallpaper”. You have the option to change two pictures: iPad lock screen and iPad home screen.
4. Tap either of the images, and the following two choices will appear: Wallpaper and Saved photos. You are free to set your screen to a different wallpaper image or a saved photo.
5. Tap the applicable folder and select a picture in this list.
6. Tap “Set Lock Screen” to set the lock screen only. Tap “Set Home Screen” to set the home screen only. Tap “Set Both” to set both the home and lock screen.
Well, got a clue on mind? I guess it’s time you have a try by yourself.