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Empty Trash Can
In 1982, when Apple created the Apple Lisa user interface, they implemented what they called the Trash can. The trash can is essentially purgatory for files a user no longer wants. Once sent to the trash, the user has the option of restoring the file back to its original place, or annihilating it completely from the computer’s hard drive. Unless there is a backup of a user’s system from before the file was sent to the trash, there is essentially no way of restoring that file once the trash has been emptied.
This metaphor was carried over to Windows 95 in the form of a Recycle Bin. Perched on the desktop of countless millions of averages users was this bin which, when empty, looked empty, and when it contained files, looked full.
There is safety in the Trash Can metaphor. I know that in order to really delete a file from my system, either on Windows or on Mac OS X, I really have to work at it. Yes, there are times when files are accidentally deleted, but for the most part if I realize my mistake before I empty my Trash, I know the file is safe.
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
There is no trash on the iPad like you may be used to on your computer.
There is nothing to empty since when you remove items from your iPad they get removed entirely and are not placed in the trash like on a computer.
Hope that helps!
Posted on Sep 10, 2014
- there is NO trash can on any iPad.
however you can empty some hidden cache etc. by making a hard shut-off.
To turn off your iPad, first press and hold the Sleep/Wake button on the top-right corner of your iPad. After a few seconds, the red "slide to power off" slider will appear. Simply swipe it to the right and your iPad will power off.
-wait about 20seconds (until the dim-lighted spinning wheel disappears) and turn it on again
How to turn off your iPad
Posted on Dec 23, 2014
Actually, iPad doesn't have trash like Android phone. But you can still empty app "trash" through reading below content.
Empty Photos Trash on iPad 2/Air There are a large number of photos on your iPad, you can go through the trash folder called "Recently deleted photos" from Photo app on the iPad. You can imagine how much space has been taken up on your iPad by the deleted photos. Therefore, learning how to empty Photos on iPad is essential to release more space for your iPad. You can follow the simple steps as below.
1. Launch your photos app on iPad.
2. Open the albums list by tapping on Albums menu, then hit on the option "Recently Deleted".
3. You will see the button "Delete All", then tap on this button to make the photos trash empty on your iPad.
Empty Notes Trash on iPad 2/Air 1. Run Notes app on your iPad. If the Notes app does not show up in the screen of Folders, tap on the button Back arrow on the top left corner on the screen till you can see it.
2. Tap on the option "Recently Deleted" and then tap on the option "Edit" on the top right corner.
3. Tap on the button "Delete All" on the right bottom corner, then tap on "Delete All" one more time in the pop-up dialog to get rid of notes from iPad memory.
Empty Mail Trash on iPad 2/Air 1. Open Mail app on your iPad. Choose the email account that you would like to make the mail trash empty.
2. Tap on "Mailboxes" on the top left corner, then tap on the option "Trash > Edit".
3. Tap on the option "Delete All" on the right corner bottom and then confirm the option "Delete All".
For more details, check: How to Empty Trash on iPad
Posted on May 27, 2019
How to Make Your Old iPhone/iPad/iPod Run Faster?
iOS updates, Apps storage, battery degradation and other reasons may cause our iPhone/iPad run slow in the use of a period of the time. However, this is an unavoidable situation, so if you want to make your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch run quickly and smoothly as before, here you may refer some useful tips below to fix this problem. Each iOS devices have it fixed storage space, so we should take care of its limited space. Especially the media files like photos, song, movies etc., they always take up the most storage on your iPhone/iPad/iPod. So, we need to regular delete, backup or transfer your data to speed up your iOS 9/9.1/9.2/9.3 devices.
Posted on May 08, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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In general, an iPad doesn't have a trash at all. Since you don't have access to the file system, files cannot be user-modified or deleted, so a trash is not necessary. Further, apps will generaly take care of their own cache and data usage, so user interventions doesn't generally occur. If you are talking about mail, try using the usual delete functions while navigating the Trash folder and you should permanently delete the message.
Hope this helps, Alistair
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
Hi! Well, I'm happy to inform you that there is no trash can on the iPad. Apple is trying hard to simplify the usage as much as they can, hence no trash can to be found.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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When you hold down on the app icon and it shakes with a little x in the left corner, that deletes an app. Once an item is deleted that is it. There is no trash can like on a mac.
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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