Although it is not enabled by default, it has provided Apple mouse support long-awaited to the iPad with the operating system iPadOS 13. Continued readers learn how to pair and use the mouse with your iPad in addition to set up the buttons the terms of reference of the ad hoc.
Will the first version of the iPadOS mouse support as a feature of accessibility. Easy to pair the device and enable the mouse functions on the iPad devices even work with shortcuts for custom buttons.
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iPadOS 13 currently only available as a trial version for developers, but Apple says that the public beta will arrive in July. Keep in mind that it is not usually good to run a trial version on your iPad as your primary, where there will be many bugs, instability, and problems such as low battery life.
iPadOS 13: How to use a mouse on your iPad
- Open Settings, then select Accessibility Accessibility
- Click on the Touch, then do a switch AssistiveTouch
- Below click on Pointing Devices
- Select Bluetooth Devices
- When you discover a Bluetooth mouse your select it when it appears on your iPad
Follow the steps in pictures here and learn how to customize the shortcuts to the mouse buttons:
Click on Touch, and then did the key toggle AssistiveTouch.
Be sure to run the mouse your Bluetooth, then tap on Bluetooth Devices.
Press the mouse when it appears in the settings.
Confirm the process.
When you run the Assistive Touch and pair the mouse, will show your iPad a circular indicator as follows:
As described above, click on the “i” to customize the mouse buttons.
Now choose Customize additional buttons to Customize Additional Buttons.
You will be asked operating system iPadOS click the mouse button you want to customize, then select the shortcut or favorite procedure you have to do this button do.
Support iPadOS tests of multiple buttons, depending on the mouse you are using.
Again under the settings AssistiveTouch key, you can adjust the tracking speed of the mouse Your from your iPad, as well as choose to turn off the icon list AssistiveTouch default.