Short answer: Yes, you can use your iPad as a keyboard for your Mac or PC laptop.
Connect your Mac and iPad to use Universal Control On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Displays , click Add Display, then select your iPad from the list below Link Keyboard and Mouse. Use your mouse or trackpad to move the pointer past the edge of the Mac screen until it appears on your iPad.
0:151:19In settings choose general and tap airplay and handoff then tap to turn on cursor. And keyboard toMoreIn settings choose general and tap airplay and handoff then tap to turn on cursor. And keyboard to use universal. Control make sure you're signed into the same icloud account on all your devices.
How to insertinsertThe Insert key Insert (often abbreviated Ins) is a key commonly found on computer keyboards. brackets on Mac keyboard? To insert an open bracket on your document, press the Alt + Shift + ( keys simultaneously. To close the bracket, simply press the Alt + Shift + ) keys simultaneously.
Control iPad with an external keyboard Go to Settings > Accessibility > Keyboards, tap Full Keyboard Access, then turn on Full Keyboard Access. Control your iPad using keyboard shortcuts. To customize the keyboard shortcuts, tap Commands.
On the iPad, External keyboard is web browser and on the iPhone, it's just a keyboard. Just tap which fields in the browser you'd like to type and start typing away on the iPhone. There is also a button for email. This opens a blank screen with an option to email what you type.
On Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences > Bluetooth, select the device, then Control-click its name.Pair Magic Keyboard
Command-W: Close the front window. To close all windows of the app, press Option-Command-W. Option-Command-Esc: Force quit an app.
The easiest way of trashing a file in the Finder or a picture in Photos is to select it and press Command-Delete. Poof, it's in the Trash (Finder) or Recently Deleted album (Photos), with no extra effort or prompts! And if you accidentally trash the wrong thing, just press Command-Z to restore it.
Some of the common use shortcuts are, command+n for new windows, command+t for a new tab, command+q for quitting Safari, and many more.
Press Shift-Command-4, then move the crosshair pointer to where you want to start the screenshot. Press the mouse or trackpad button, drag over the area you want to capture, then release the mouse or trackpad button.
0:035:10So copy has a keyboard shortcut right here command C. Now you may not know what this symbol meansMoreSo copy has a keyboard shortcut right here command C. Now you may not know what this symbol means but if you look in your keyboard at the command key you'll see that that symbol is actually on it.