Turn Off Orientation Lock for iPad Air 2

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    In order to disable orientation lock on the iPad, you will need to swipe up form the bottom of the device
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    It will open up the control center
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    Once you have accessed the control center, you will see that there is a padlock with an arrow
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    Simply tap one time on the padlock with the arrow
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    You'll receive the message that the orientation lock is off.
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    Then you can press the home button or swipe down to close that menu
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    Now if you take the iPad and pick it up and change the orientation, you will note that the device shifts in order to conform to the new orientation
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