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    Setup iPad 3 with iCloud or iTunes
    Step by Step Guide for connecting iPad 3 to iCloud or iTunes

    Note: If you have tried connecting iPad previously and could not make it, follow this whole process even if you have performed them. In case of any difficulties or issues connecting iPad with iCloud or iTunes, perform this process without missing any steps provided below. Even you have missed a single step, the whole process is disrupted and result in failure to connection.


    If you just got your new iPad, you're going to want to set it up and get it working just as quickly and effectively as possible. With iCloud you can do that right on your iPad, with no computer or cables involved. If you prefer the old-school approach, you can also set up your new iPad using iTunes on your Mac or Windows PC.

    For most people, most of the time, we recommend iCloud, but we'll walk you through both of them below.

    Check Out this video tutorial, it will help you connect your iPad easily.




    When you turn on your new iPad, you'll be greeted with a Lock screen that simply says "iPad". That's where we start.
    Note: None of the default choices pre-checked for you. You can't simply keep hitting Next to speed through. You have to look at the choices and tap one to check it before the Next button will even activate. Apple is forcing you to pay more attention than is often required on the web or in apps..


    1. Swipe to unlock.


    2. Choose your language. Your iPad will show you the most common languages for the area in which you bought it, but you can tap the downward arrow icon to see all the choices. Tap the blue Arrow button to continue.



    3. Choose you country or region. Again, your iPad will show you the region where you bought your iPad, but you can tap **Show more...* for additional options. Tap the blue Next button to continue.



    4. Choose whether you want to globally enable or disable location services. Location Services use GPS, cell-tower triangulation, and Wi-Fi router mapping to determine the approximate location of your iPad. This feature is used for turn-by-turn navigation (like Navigon, check-in games (like FourSquare), social networks (like Facebook), geo-tagging (like in the Camera app), and utilities (like Find my iPad, etc. Unless you have a particular need to globally disable it, you'll want to turn on the Location Services feature at this point. You can change your mind or selectively disable or enable these services later on in the Settings app (e.g., turn off your Camera app’s geo-tagging, but leave on TomTom’s turn-by-turn navigation). Tap the blue Next button to continue.


    5. Choose your Wi-Fi network. Even if you're on 3G or LTE, your iPad wants Wi-Fi because there may be a lot of data to move around and blasting through your data cap on setup is no fun. Enter your network password and tap the blue Next button to continue.


    6. Wait for Apple to activate your iPad. This could take a few minutes.
    7. Choose if you want to setup your iPad as new, restore from iCloud backup, or restore from an iTunes backup on a PC. Tap the blue Next button to continue.

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