This video explains how to use a Bluetooth mouse to control your iPad.
- [Instructor] Possibly one of the most surprising features … introduced with iPad OS is that you can now use … a Bluetooth mouse to navigate your iPad, … making it so that you don't have to bring … your finger to the screen as often to open apps, … click links, and so on. … Bear in mind though that this is currently considered … more of an accessibility feature than full blown … mouse support. … It's not to the point where you can use the mouse entirely. … But when also paired with an external keyboard, … having a mouse connected to your iPad can make … it a lot easier to get work done on your iPad. … Now this also works on iPhones, … but you'll most likely not need to use a mouse … with your phone. … To start, first go into Settings to Bluetooth, … and here you'll want to pair your mouse to your iPad. … I already have mine paired. … It's called Surface Mobile Mouse. … But be sure to check the documentation for your mouse … if you're unsure how to put it into pairing mode, … or whether it requires a pin to connect to your device. …
- Deleting and moving apps
- Managing data usage
- Using iPad-specific gestures
- Typing tips
- Customizing mail
- Scanning documents
- Fitting more on the Home screen
- Using a mouse with the iPad
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