Adjust Volume on an iPad Air 2
Edited by Grimm, VisiHow, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to adjust the volume on an iPad Air 2. There are three ways that the volume can be adjusted (turned up or turned down) on an iPad.
The first method is simply to press the volume buttons on the side of the device.
If you look at the iPad from the side, you will note that there are two buttons.
One is for volume up and one is for volume down.
If you press the up button, then the volume menu will come up.
The volume will also increase.
If you press the down button, then the volume will go down as you hold or keep pressing it.
The same holds true for any of the other volume functions, which are going to be demonstrated in this tutorial.
The second way to adjust the volume is to swipe up from the bottom.
This will open the control center. You will find that you have a volume option to the left.
You can tap and drag the scroller.
This will turn the volume up or down.
You can then swipe the control center down.
This will close it.
Alternatively, press the home button.
The third way to adjust the volume is to tap on the "Settings" icon.
Tap on "Sounds" on the left.
You'll see that you can enable or disable the "Change with Buttons" option.
It allows you to use the volume buttons as shown in steps 1-4.
You can simply tap and drag the "RINGER AND ALERTS" scroller.
This will reduce or increase the volume.
When you've finished, press the home button.
This will take you to the home screen.
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Video: Adjust Volume on an iPad Air 2
Recent edits by: Eng, VisiHow, Grimm