How to Connect Your Apple Pencil 2 to Your iPad

Having trouble connecting your apple pencil 2 to your iPad? Follow our simple guide and you’ll be up and writing in no time!

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Open the cover of apple pencil 2.

To connect apple pencil 2 to your iPad, open the cover of your Apple Pencil 2. You’ll see a small, silver button on the side. Press and hold this button for a few seconds until the tip of your pencil lights up.

Once the tip of your pencil is lit up, you can begin using it with your iPad. To turn off your Apple Pencil 2, press and hold the silver button for a few seconds until the tip of your pencil turns off.

Insert the Lightning connector into the charging port on the side of your iPad.

With your Apple Pencil 2 turned off, insert the Lightning connector into the charging port on the side of your iPad. When you see the Green Connected notification, charge your Apple Pencil 2 for 15 seconds to establish a connection.

When the Apple Pencil 2 appears in the list of devices, tap it.

If your Apple Pencil 2 doesn’t connect to your iPad, make sure Bluetooth is turned on, and then follow these steps.

1. Plug your Apple Pencil 2 into the Lightning connector on your iPad.
2. Wait for the Apple Pencil 2 to appear in the list of devices, then tap it.
3. If you’re asked for a passcode, enter 0000.
4. When the Apple Pencil 2 appears in the list of devices, tap it to connect it to your iPad.

If prompted, enter your passcode.

If you see a message that says “Passcode Requirement,” enter a six-digit passcode. If you don’t see this message, your iPad doesn’t require a passcode.

Tap Use Passcode for Security. If you’re prompted for a passcode, enter it.

Enter a six-digit passcode, then tap Done. If you’re asked to enter your passcode again, do it.

If you see a message that says “This Apple Pencil is designed to work with iPad models that support the Apple Pencil (1st generation),” you need an Apple Pencil (1st generation).

If you have an Apple Pencil (2nd generation), remove the cap and gently pull the exposed tip straight out from the shaft. If you see a message that says “This Apple Pencil is designed to work with iPad models that support the Apple Pencil (1st generation),” you need an Apple Pencil (1st generation).

To pair your Apple Pencil with your iPad, make sure that Bluetooth is turned on, then twist the cap counterclockwise and pull it off. Hold your Apple Pencil by the silver band and insert the tip into the slot on your iPad until you feel a click. The LED on your Apple Pencil will flash white briefly while it pairs.

If you see a message that says “This Apple Pencil is designed to work with iPad models that support the Apple Pencil (2nd generation),” you need an Apple Pencil (2nd generation).

To connect your Apple Pencil (2nd generation) to your iPad, make sure that your iPad is updated to the latest version of iOS and that you have an Apple Pencil (2nd generation).

1.Turn off your iPad.
2.Turn on your iPad and unlock it.
3.Connect your Apple Pencil to the Lightning connector on your iPad.
4.When you see the Pair button, tap it.

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