How to Connect Apple Pencil to iPad
How to Connect Apple Pencil to iPad- If you just purchased an Apple Pencil, you might be unsure about how to connect it to an iPad. You can draw, write, and use a variety of gestures with an iPad and an Apple Pencil together. We’ll cover every aspect of Apple Pencil setup in this article.
How to Connect Apple Pencil to iPad
It’s time to pair Apple Pencil to iPad if you’re certain that your iPad and Apple Pencil work together.
If you have a first-generation Apple Pencil, take off the cap off the back of it and connect it to your iPad.
Use the magnetic attachment on the side of your iPad to fasten your second-generation Apple Pencil there (all you should need to do is hold your Apple Pencil to the side of your iPad). Go to step 5 if the connection occurs automatically.
- Click pair
- Your Apple Pencil is now ready for setup.
- Select Settings.
- Using the scroll bar, select Apple Pencil.
- Here, you may change the settings for your Apple Pencil and check how much charge it has.
If you’d like to use your fingers to operate your smartphone and only your Apple Pencil for drawing or writing, turn Only Draw with Apple Pencil on.
To convert any written characters in a text area to type, turn on Scribble.
Tap To practice writing in a text box and having it translated into type, try Scribble.
To turn snapping screenshots with Apple Pencil on or off, click Left Corner Swipe. When activated, this gesture will function even if Only Draw using Apple Pencil is selected.
Right Corner: Click Swipe to turn on or off using your Apple Pencil to open a Quick Note. When activated, this gesture will function even if Only Draw with Apple Pencil is selected.
You now understand how to connect Apple Pencil to iPad.
Is your iPad compatible with your Apple Pencil?
Check that your iPad’s generation is suitable with your Apple Pencil before you start.
iPhone pencil (2nd generation)
You can use the following iPad models with a second-generation Apple Pencil:
iPad mini– 6th generation
iPad Air– 4th generation and later
iPad Pro 12.9-inch– 3rd generation and later
iPad Pro 11-inch– 1st generation and later
iPhone pencil (1st generation)
The following iPad versions can be used with an Apple Pencil of the first generation:
The fifth-generation iPad mini
6th generation and later iPad
The third-generation iPad Air
First and second generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro models
10.5-inch iPad Pro, 9.7-inch iPad Pro
Why is my Apple Pencil not pairing?
Switch Bluetooth back on and off
Bluetooth is used to connect your iPad and Apple Pencil. Sometimes, minor connectivity issues can make it impossible for your iPad and Apple Pencil to combine. Occasionally, toggling Bluetooth on and off quickly will solve the issue.
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How do I turn on my Apple Pencil 1?
Remove the cover from an iPad that is compatible with the Apple Pencil (1st generation), then attach the Apple Pencil to the iPad’s Lightning connector. Click the Pair button when it displays. When you pair your Apple Pencil with an iPad, it remains connected until you restart the device, activate Airplane Mode, or pair with another iPad.
How long does it take to charge Apple Pencil?
You can use something for around 30 minutes on a 15-second charge. About 10 minutes are needed for a full charge.
How long does it take to charge Apple Pencil with iPad?
Nearly 15 minutes
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Each Pencil charges in a different way. However, it charges swiftly regardless of the Pencil you are using. In around 15 seconds, you can charge the Pencil for about 30 minutes, and it takes 15 minutes to fully recharge.