When the iPadOS 13.4 is installed on your machine, you can use a wireless Bluetooth mouse or trackpad with your iPad with full-fledged cursor support. Here is how to set up, use, and master any Bluetooth trackpad or mouse on your iPad.
Apple's 2020 iPad Pro is set to arrive in customers' hands on March 25, but some have received their unit early and are putting the tablet through its paces. Surprisingly, the new machine with Apple's A12Z processor is mustering benchmark scores nearly identical to those achieved by the more than year-old A12X predecessor.
Now that the new 2020 iPad Pros are upon us, we examine who should — and who shouldn't — consider upgrading to Apple's latest pro tablets. Whether you have the previous 2018 iPad Pro, an iPad Air, or something else, we are here to make your decision easier.
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The new 2020 iPad Pro line may not be as flashy an overhaul as its 2018 predecessor, but the fourth version of Apple's pro tablet line does have substantial improvements from the third generation iPad Pro. Let's look at them a bit more closely.
Apple's new cursor and Bluetooth peripheral support in iPadOS 13.4 not only allows Apple's mice and trackpads to work with iPad but it will greatly benefit third-party accessories as well, including the Brydge Pro+ keyboard and trackpad.
Whether you're new to iPad Pro or just upgrading, it's always a wise choice to keep it safe. AppleInsider has tracked down some great iPad Pro cases that you can use to protect your investment. And best of all, many options are available right now.
Apple's newest iPad Pro wont reach retail until March 25, and it'll be hard to see one at retail before then. Fortunately, Apple has an augmented reality tool to see how it looks on your desk right now. Here's how to use it.
Code discovered in the gold master of iOS 13.4 reveals each of Apple's new iPad Pro models, released on Wednesday, boast 6GB of RAM and the company's U1 Ultra Wideband chip, the latter of which could be used to locate rumored "AirTag" device trackers.
Apple's iPads are officially getting full support for mouses and trackpads later this month. Company SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi demonstrates how the unique system works in a video released Wednesday.