How to turn your iPad into a digital picture frameBy Lawrence Abrams on April 16, 2010 | Last Updated: January 26, 2013 | Read 42,030 times.
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A nice feature of the iPad is its ability to also become a digital picture when it is locked. Due to the sharp and vibrant screen of the iPad this feature will turn the iPad into one of the nicest digital picture frames that I have ever seen. While the picture frame is active, the iPad will scroll through the available pictures and, by default, display them randomly.
To enable the iPad digital picture frame, you first need to be at the lock screen as shown below.
To start the picture frame, tap on the picture frame button designated by the blue arrow shown in the picture above. Once you tap on that button, the iPad will start displaying random pictures from your selected albums. When you are ready to start using your iPad again and stop the picture frame, just tap the screen to get back to the lock screen and unlock it.
How the images are displayed in the picture frame can be changed through the Picture Frame Settings screen. To access this screen, tap the Settings button and then tap on the Picture Frame category. You will then be presented with a screen similar to the one below.
The description of each of the settings can be shown below:
Once you have the Picture Frame settings configured as you wish, you can press the Home button to get back to your home screen.
As always, if you have any questions regarding this process, feel free to ask in the iPad forum.
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