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How to Adjust Time for Playing Slideshow on iPad Mini

2013-06-27 14:34:56 / Posted by to How to iPad
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iPad or iPad mini internally installed with two options of "Slideshow" and "Picture Frame" enables you to show your favorite photos to your friends. But when automatically play the slides by using these built-in functions, pages will be turned every 3 seconds, which users find too fast to see clearly. Actually, it is optional for users to adjust the time of playing the slideshow. Now I'll tell you how to change the speed of slideshow on iPad.


Steps to Set the Photo Slideshow

1. Open "Setting", tap "Photo & Camera" option and you'll find "Slideshow" in the right column of the pane.

2. Tap "Play Each Slide for" option and select the time.


Here you'll find options for 2 seconds, 3 (the default), 5, 10, and 20 seconds.


Further Reading:
There are tiny differences between "Slideshow" and "Picture Frame". If you want to play slideshow with songs, you can choose nothing but "Slideshow" because you're allowed to add music when playing slides using "Picture Frame".
After locking the screen, press "Home" and wait for the little flower showing up. Press the flower to launch "Picture Frame". Here provides you the way to setup the speed of slides playback.
Go to Settings > "Picture Frame" > "Show Each Photo For" and set up the time.


Here you can also find options for 2 seconds, 3 (the default), 5, 10, and 20 seconds.
The setting I have mentioned above is not apparent enough to be found on iPad. If you prefer to use iPad as a digital picture frame or frequently use the audio player "Airplay" to make presentations, the method would be quite useful.

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