Knowing how to use the Control Center on your iPhone 13 or iPad can save you some valuable time. For example, you may want to turn on or create a Focus. By accessing the Control Center, you can easily do that and other things.
But, you may be wondering what you can still do with the Control Center and what new options you have. Keep reading to see all the possibilities the Control Center in the new iPadOS 15 has to offer.
How to Acces the Control Center for iPadOS 15
You can access the Control Center on your iPad by swiping down from the top right of your display.
When you see the Control Center, you have access to options such as:
- Airplane Mode
- Do Not Disturb
- Screen Brightness
- WiFi – If you long press on the WiFi icon, you can see what network you’re connected to.
When you long press on the camera icon, you’ll see options to take a selfie or record a video. Long-press on the timer icon to quickly set the timer for as little as one minute or as much as two hours. Swipe up and down to set the time.
By long-pressing on the note icon, you can do things such as create a new note, new checklist, new photo and scan a document. You can also enable screen mirroring from the Control Center. Long-press on the icon that looks like two displays, and your iPad will scan searching for other iOS devices.
By tapping on the lock icon with an arrow around it, you enable the rotation lock. Other options you’ll see are AirDrop, Airplane Mode, and Bluetooth.
How to Customize the Control Center on iPadOS 15
If you don’t find the already available option in the Control Center helpful, you can change them. To add or remove options, go to Settings > Control Center. Move the options already in the Control Center, touch the three lines to the right. To remove an option, tap on the minus red option to the left.
To add the options you need to the Control Center, go to the More Controls section below and tap on the green plus icon.
Thanks to the Control Center, you can have faster access to useful options such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Camera, Focus, and more. What do you like best about the Control Center in iPadOS 15? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.