Did you ask iTunes to clone your previous setup from another iPad or iPhone or did you start fresh when doing the setup process or did you do it direct with another Apple device?I am stupid I guess. How do I view the Apps or programs on my new Ipad Pro like I do on my phone or other Ipads. If I cannot view them I can use them.
What....I found it. One finger swipe up and it shows you all the apps you have on the Ipad. Without the one finger swipe you cannot see the apps on the Ipad.
With his last response I think the following is probably the case.How funny would it be if this whole time the person has an android tablet thinking they had an iPad because everyone calls tablets “iPads”
Or he didn't know how to unlock it...
What are you talking about? Do you mean the dock? Apps most certainly are displayed on the screen without having to swipe up. Are you talking about the lock screen? You’ve got us all confused here.On the Generation 3 Ipad Pro the Apps are not automatically sprawled across the screen. You must do a one finger swipe up to show them.
I have a new iPP and I still have no idea what you are on about. Unfortunately you are not being very clear so this thread is not super helpful to anyone.I think if you had the newest IPad Pro (3rd generation) you would understand what I am saying.
Yep, I have an iPad Pro gen 3 and all my apps are showing just fine - just like everyone else’s Perhaps if you were a little more clear in your inquiry? We’d like to help, but I think it’s pretty safe to say that you have confused all of us. Swiping up form the bottom brings up the dock, and/or that app switcher, depending on how long you hold. But that has no bearing on what the home screen looks like, where apps generally reside unless you group them into folders or move them to the dock.I think if you had the newest IPad Pro (3rd generation) you would understand what I am saying.