Language is one of the most important settings on your iPad.
If you live in a country where the primary language is different from yours, you will obviously want to change your iPad to the language you speak and read.
You can also change your iPad's language if you're practicing using another language. Or if your iPad's language setting somehow inadvertently changed, you'll need to know how to change it back without being able to read the words.
Here's what you need to know.
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How to change the language on an iPad
1. Open the Settings app — its icon is gray, and looks like a multi-layered gear.
2. In the left-hand menu, tap on the General tab, which should be the first tab in the third group.
3. Scroll down to tap on "Language and Region." It should be the third item in the fifth grouping.
4. The top item should be "iPad Language." Tap on that.
5. Scroll down to tap on whichever language you want to change your iPad to. In this example I've selected US Spanish, or Español (EE. UU.).
6. Tap on "Done" (it will be the word in the upper-right corner of the screen).
7. It will ask you again if you want to change to the new language. Tap "Continue" (bottom-right of the new box).
8. The screen will go black except for the term about changing to the new language.
9. When your screen comes back up, everything will be in the new language.