Apple introduces USB and Bluetooth mouse support with iPadOS but don’t expect an arrow cursor

After introducing support for external hard drives, USB sticks and memory cards in the new iPadOS, developers are now finding that Apple has more surprises in store for its tablets. Tucked as an Accessibility feature, Apple has included the ability to connect a USB or Bluetooth mouse to your iPad, making it a better productivity machine.

Introduced as an AssistiveTouch helper in the iPad’s accessibility options, mouse support includes both wired and wireless gear, as well as the Magic Trackpad thingy of Apple. Once connected, the “cursor” won’t look like a typical mouse one, …

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