Enable Orientation Lock for an iPad Air 2

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    In order to enable or disable "Orientation Lock" on the iPad, you need to swipe up from the bottom of the iPad
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    This will open the control center. Once the control center has been opened, you need to find the lock icon with an arrow around it on the right side.
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  2. 2
    Tap on the lock icon
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    You'll receive "Orientation Lock: On" as a message.
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    Now, swipe the control center down or press the home button to close the control center
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    You can change the orientation of the device
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    When you change the orientation of the device, it will not rotate the displayed screen because the orientation is locked.
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