The adaptive iPad pointer makes using a mouse or trackpad enjoyable, but not everyone likes how it snaps onto buttons and icons. Thankfully, Apple gives you the option to make the pointer behave more like its desktop counterpart, and we show you how.
Here's a little hands-on video walkthrough detailing all the major changes and new iPhone and iPad features in iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5.
We show you how to adjust iPad scrolling speed to change whether content moves slower or faster when scrolling on your Apple tablet with the connected trackpad or mouse.
Mouse and trackpad support in iPadOS 13.4 is great, but sometimes you just want to use a keyboard with your Apple tablet. And for precise cursor control, we show you how to control the onscreen pointer with the keyboard number pad.
Apple has seeded the third developer betas of iOS 13.5, iPadOS 13.5, tvOS 13.4.5, and watchOS 6.2.5 to developers.
Want taps on your iPad trackpad to register as physical clicks? If so, be sure to follow our tutorial explaining how to enable a Tap to Click setting for your connected trackpad.
Disabling natural scrolling on your iPad ensures onscreen content moves in the same direction as your fingers when using a trackpad or mouse.
Potential ramifications are huge: taking iPad to the next level and opening the door for pro-graded software such as Final Cut Pro to finally come to the Apple tablet.