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You are able to move the books to computer, and then sync ebooks to iPad with iTunes. When the Kindle users connect their Kindle tablets to computer with the USB cable, their computers will recognize their Kindle tablets as external hard drives. Then the users can copy and paste the ebooks from Kindle to computer easily. After that, the users are able to sync the books from computer to iPad with iTunes.
This is easy to be done. But when users begin to sync their iPad with iTunes, they may come up with the sync problems of iTunes. The problem may come up when users sync ebooks from iTunes to iPad. During the sync, iTunes will erase all the non-purchased items in your iPad mini. If you are new to iOS devices, you will probably lose files during the sync with iTunes, so you'd better close the auto sync and manually sync the ebooks to your iPad mini with iTunes. The following tutorial will be helpful if you aren't sure about how to accomplish the task:
Start iTunes and go to "Edit > Preference > Devices", and check "Prevent iPods, iPhones and iPads from syncing automatically".
Plug iPad into computer via USB cable, and the software will recognize your iPad and display the iPad icon at the upper right corner.
Click the iPad icon and choose "Books" in the summary panel. Choose the books you want to sync to iPad in the list below, and click "Apply" to start.
Understand that all the apps and data on the iPad are associated with an Apple ID so "signing out" of your iPad may render some apps and functions useless.
If you are looking to sell your iPad its best to plug it into a computer and restore factory defaults. This will remove all apps and IDs associated with your iPad.
If you are simply looking for security and worry that while signed into your Apple ID there is a chance for fraudulent downloads and purchases it would be my recommendation to set a password/passcode for the iPad that only you know. This will prevent other users form gaining access to your data without your permission.
The iPad is not meant to sign in and sign out at will but if you need to sign out and add another Apple ID then here are the steps to do so.
There are 2 places in which your Apple ID are linked with your iPad. Your iCloud account (photos/documents/ID) and iTunes (music/movies/apps)
You can adjust settings for these individually under Settings > iCloud and Settings > iTunes & App Store
Simply click on the Apple ID email and then choose "Sign Out"
REMEMEBER, some apps and functions may not work without an associated Apple ID registered with the iPad.
You should be able to find your user guide at http://www.theipadguide.com/faq/where-can-i-download-ipad-user-manual-guide which also includes a link to display the manual for your iPad ON your iPad automatically.
As mariolands said, there is no trash bin because Apple wants to make the device as simple as possible for users to use. Actually, if you think about it, a trash/recycle bin is not even necessary as the user does not need to worry about things like that.
If you were wondering how to remove apps, then you have to hold any app icon on the home screen for several seconds until they start wiggling. As they begin to wiggle, you should see a cross in the top corner of each app. To delete an app, just tap on the "x" and it should be deleted.
As for the mail, once you're in the mail app, just swipe right on the message you want to delete and an option to delete will appear on the right. Alternatively, you can tap Edit at the top right and select the message(s) you want to delete.
Hope this helps,