Use iPad Multitasking
Recent iPad models come with the ability to run two apps side by side. To take advantage of this feature, first open an app, and then swipe left from the right side of the display to summon Slide Over, a pane comprising the right third of your display. To select an app, swipe down on the pane for a list of choices. With Slide Over, you can run two apps but can't use them simultaneously. However, if you have an iPad Air 2, mini 4, or Pro, you can swipe left on the middle left edge of the Slide Over pane to access Split View. The left pane will become active, and you'll be able to use both apps at once. Use Picture in Picture
Picture in Picture allows you to watch videos while simultaneously browsing the web or using other apps. To do this, either make a FaceTime call or navigate to a video and begin playing it. Next, tap the icon that looks like overlapping squares in the lower right corner of the video screen. The video will pop out from the page and move to the corner of your display. You can drag it around the screen or adjust its size by pinching your fingers. When you tap on the video, three icons appear. The first returns the video to its original webpage, the second pauses it, and the last exits out of the video completely.
When you go to the App Store on your iPad to download a popular app such as Periscope or Instagram, you may notice that it displays only iPad-specific apps. That's because you need to change the default setting in the App Store that's limiting you to the iPad's smaller collection. You'll then be able to download iPhone apps even if they haven't been designed specifically for the iPad. To download iPhone apps, go to the top left corner of the App Store and tap iPad Only. A dropdown menu will appear that lets you select iPhone Only instead. The app you want will now appear in the search results. Turn Your Keyboard into a Trackpad
Selecting text on your iPad used to be a tedious endeavor. But with a little practice using the trackpad feature on your iPad, you can highlight, copy, and paste selections more easily than ever. When your keyboard is open to type on your iPad, simply place two fingers on the keyboard and hold until the letters disappear and are replaced by a grey screen. To move the cursor, slide both fingers along the screen to your desired spot. To highlight text, hold two fingers to the trackpad (or above the trackpad once engaged) and move your fingers away from each other to select your desired text.