When you lift your finger from your iPad trackpad, the pointer continues to move briefly before stopping gradually. To revert that default behavior, read iDB’s tutorial for a quick step-by-step explanation on how to turn trackpad inertia off.
The adaptive iPad pointer makes using a mouse or trackpad enjoyable, but not everyone likes how it snaps onto buttons and icons. Thankfully, you can make the pointer behave more like its desktop counterpart, and we show you how.
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.