Maybe you’re one of the lucky ones who have purchased a sparkling new iPad Pro? Apple’s iPad, with the largest-ever 12.9.8″ Retina Display and a resolution of 2732 x 2048 pixels. It approaches a laptop in both form and function, but unlike Microsoft and their Microsoft Surface Pro, Apple has kept a certain distance between laptop and tablet. iPad Pro-a makes it easy to view all documents and Web pages, and you get the feeling of sitting at a computer – it is great to play games and watch movies on. With four speakers, one at each corner, will be the sound quality many times better with iPad Pro than with its predecessors.
In order to take full advantage of the iPad Pro, you almost have to obtain an Apple Pencil – particularly if you are working with design and photo. Here follows the recipe on how the pen is coupled with the Bridgat iPad.
Interconnection of Apple Pencil and tablet
It is not the big problem linking the two entities together – both taking advantage of Bluetooth technology. But you look outside the pen, you can see that there are no buttons to press. There is also no interconnection app, like many other stylus pens often has. But relax – you just need to take the cap of the pen and vips, there is Lightning switch which can be connected directly to the switch at the bottom of the iPad. How to start the interconnection.
Last step before the interconnection is complete
After you have disconnected the pen to the Tablet, a message appeared on the screen, and the tells that you now try to connect the two devices. So far, so good – the only thing you have to do is tap on the Pair. So is the pen ready for use with the tablet.
Then you just take the pen up and begin to work, whether it is a question of image editing, design or artwork – or maybe great production of own iPad-paintings and other artistic masterpieces!