Troughton-Smith was using the early developer beta of iOS 13 and found the function in the accessibility options on the iPad, which are meant for differently abled users to be able to interact with Apple devices more easily. It’s unclear whether mouse support will be easier to find when the new software launches in the fall, and whether it’ll be supported by some new hardware designed for the iPad. Apple wasn’t immediately available to comment.

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