You need to restore your iPad from iTunes.
- Start iTunes.
- Plug in your iPad using the USB cable.
- Click on the iPad in the left hand column under "Devices".
- In the "Summary" tab, there are options to Back up, Update and Restore.
- Choose Restore, choose the backup and let it run.
If your old iPad was capable of receiving data on the go, without wifi, then you have a SIM installed. Best to check anyway. You need either the tool supplied in the box, or the end of a paper clip to open the tray
I haven't tried your suggestion as of yet. I'm trying to get some apps synced right now. I'm assuming that both iPads have a SIM card. Do you think there is any reason that I would need to take them out? Would I need to swap them??
Also, can you help me with the answer to this please? Registering the new one with IT'S serial #? I'm a middle-aged woman who has multiple medical problems and I get confused easily and I apologize for the long posts. :-)