If you’ve been using the iPad for the last couple of days you’ll soon find out that while using your computer, the iPad makes for a heck of digital photo frame. Luckily Apple has given us a set of options that we can use to customize how those pictures are displayed. The how-to below will show you where those settings reside and how you can customize the iPad’s Picture Frame feature to your liking.
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1. Tap on Settings in the Home Screen.
2. Tap on Picture Frame in the Settings pane.
3. You have the option to modify the following settings;
a. Transition – You have the option to use the Origami or Dissolve transition
b. Zoom in Faces – ON/OFF: when enabled faces on pictures displayed will be Zoomed in.
c. Shuffle – Sick of the same order, enable Shuffle.
4. To specify a specific Album rather than all pictures, tap on Albums
5. Tap on the album you wish to display when the Picture Frame is enabled.