Updating to 10th Generation iPad Devices?


10th generation iPad with 5 tips and tricks for gestures

Our district is in the middle of updating our fleet of iPad devices from 8th Generation to 10th Generation. This of course means that our devices will no longer have a home button or a headphone jack. To help prepare our teachers for this change, we created an infographic that guides them through common gestures without a Home button. We are also investing in a plethora of dongles to help support classrooms when they may need to connect a combination of accessories: wired keyboard/charging cable/headphones. So the backside of the infographic shows how to connect the dongle to the other accessories. I'll attach the original keynote presentation in case you need to customize this infographic for your district!


three way dongle with labels of where to connect iPad and accessories


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Posted on April 03, 2024

Beautiful job on the graphics Felecity. And what a good idea to use infographics to provide instruction and ideas!

Posted on April 03, 2024

This is awesome! Another idea for screenshot would be the gesture from the bottom left corner. At first I was not a fan of this and turned it off but I have grown to love it.

Posted on April 03, 2024

Thanks for sharing this amazing resource. We are about to make the jump this spring!

Posted on April 05, 2024

Really useful I know a lot making that jump in the coming months so will share this.

Posted on April 06, 2024

What a cool graphic and this is super helpful, Felicity! Thanks so much!

Our new students will all have 10th Gen iPads in the new academic year, so this is a great graphic to have on hand! 🙌

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