Have you ever thought about having a mouse for an iPad? Right now, it is possible to. The iPadOS , and the iOS 13 and extended to the compatibility of the accessory, for supporting either a Bluetooth mouse (wireless) as well as the models which are connected with the cable, even the old ones with a USB connector on It. Here’s what the mouse does work for the iPad, and how to use them in.
- How do you know which model of your iPad
- What are the main differences between the models of the iPad mini?
What the mouse does work for the iPad?
Basically, either the mouse or the track pad that is compatible with the iPad. Is it possible to use Bluetooth accessories, which need to be matched just like any other accessory, of the type (headphones, joystick, etc.), when the traditional models, with a USB cable.
In the majority of mice, with a cable, they have connectors for USB-A, while others are more recent (but rare) you can bring the USB connector, C-tap. Thus, the user will be able to have up to four of the following options to connect a mouse cable:
- The Mouse and USB-C on your iPad Pro, along with the Face of r & d: direct;
- The Mouse is USB-C on the iPad, with usb port and Lightning: with the dock connector to USB cable-a/C Lightning;
- The USB Mouse into the iPad Pro in the Face of r & d: with an adaptor, USB-A and USB-C
- The USB Mouse on iPad with usb port and Lightning: with the USB adapter to THE Lightning.
How to turn on
The use of the computer mouse there is an option in accessibility that allows you to use your device to control the browsing experience. However, because it is intended to be a resource for people with disabilities or who require special features, and the use of it is a little bit limited.
Click with the right mouse button does not open pop-up menus and the mouse pointer does not appear on external displays, when used in conjunction with a Sidecar, in combination with the Mac, for example). In the end, only the devices from the iPadOS 13, and the iOS 13 and they are not compatible.
To enable the mouse on the iPad, do the following:
- Connect the mouse to the iPad via Bluetooth or a USB cable;
- Open the app “Settings”;
- Tap on “Accessibility”, “Play”, “AssistiveTouch”;
- Turn on the power switch on the side of the “AssistiveTouch”.
A cursor will appear on the screen.
- Control the cursor with the mouse.
And there you go.
As A curiosity, iphone, ipad, and ipod Touch, from iOS, to 13, also support mouse and trackpad, in the same manner as that of the iPad. Just follow the same steps.