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We know using a mouse with an iPad will appeal to many, says Apple

[2019-06-06 13:13:35]

Using a mouse with an iPad was billed by Apple as an accessibility tool, included in iPadOS for those who find it hard to use a touchscreen accurately. This includes people with various conditions that affect motor control. But the company is aware that the feature will appeal to many others too … The post We know using a mouse with an iPad will appeal to many, says Apple appeared first on 9to5Mac.

We know using a mouse with an iPad will appeal to many, says Apple


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