How to Connect a Wireless Keyboard to iPad

Pair a Bluetooth headphone, keyboard, game controller, or other device Follow the instructions that came with the device to put it in discovery mode. ... On iPad, go to Settings >, Bluetooth, turn on Bluetooth, then tap the name of the device.

If you are looking to connect your wireless keyboard to your iPad, you have come to the right place. It’s a simple process, and it doesn’t matter which iPad you have. In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to connect your wireless keyboard to an iPad.

First, turn on your iPad and go to the Settings. Once you are in the Settings, you will see Bluetooth. Click on Bluetooth and turn it on. Now, turn on your wireless keyboard and make sure it’s fully charged. If it’s not turning on, you should charge it. Once it’s on, click on Connect.

Now, you should see the light on your keyboard, and on your iPad, you should see the name of your keyboard. Click on the name of your keyboard, and it will ask you to type something on your keyboard to identify the device. Type anything you want and press Enter. Your iPad will then say Connected.

You can now use your wireless keyboard to scroll up and down on your iPad. However, it’s not meant to navigate your iPad. It’s mostly for you guys to work on Word or anything like that. Open up notepad and start typing. You can also test your keyboard by typing numbers.

Once you are done, remember to turn off your wireless keyboard to save the battery. This process works for any iPad, and it doesn’t just have to be the newest iPad.

That’s it! It’s a simple process, and you can now connect your wireless keyboard to your iPad. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments.


How do I get my iPad to recognize my keyboard?
Go to Settings >, General >, Keyboard. Tap Keyboards, then do any of the following: Add a keyboard: Tap Add New Keyboard, then choose a keyboard from the list. Repeat to add more keyboards.
Why won't my wireless keyboard Connect to my iPad?
Make sure that your Bluetooth accessory and iOS or iPadOS device are close to each other. Turn your Bluetooth accessory off and back on again. Make sure that your Bluetooth accessory is on and fully charged or connected to power. If your accessory uses batteries, see if they need to be replaced.