How to Reset Your Apple Pencil

If you’re having problems with apple pencil you can try resetting it. This might help if your Pencil doesn’t respond, won’t pair with your iPad, or if the tip isn’t working.

Checkout this video:

Open settings app on your iPad.

Open settings app on your iPad. Tap Accessibility, then tap Pencil Reset.

If you can’t find Pencil Reset, make sure that Accessibility features are turned on in Settings > General > Accessibility.

Tap on bluetooth menu item

At the top of the Bluetooth window, you’ll see a button that says “Reset.” This is the Apple Pencil reset. Just click on it and then wait for your pencil to power off and back on again. That’s it! Your pencil is now reset and should be working just as it did when you first got it.

Tap on info button next to your Apple Pencil.

You can find the info button next to your Apple Pencil’s name in the Devices tab of settings app

Once you tap on the info button, you’ll see a new menu with a “Reset” option at the bottom.

Tap on “Reset” and then confirm that you want to reset your Apple Pencil.

Tap on the Forget This Device button.

If you’re having trouble with your Apple Pencil, you may want to try resetting it. Resetting your Apple Pencil will not delete any of your data or settings, but it will clear out any pairing information start fresh. Here’s how to do it:

1. On your iPad, go to the Settings app.
2. Tap on Bluetooth.
3. Find the listing for your Apple Pencil and tap on the “i” next to it.
4. Tap on the Forget This Device button.
5. Restart your iPad.
6. To pair your Apple Pencil again, remove the cap and plug it into the Lightning connector on your iPad. Tap Continue when prompted and then follow the instructions on the screen.

Reconnect your Apple Pencil to your iPad.

If your Apple Pencil won’t connect to your iPad, try these tips.

First, make sure that your Apple Pencil is charged. You can check the charge level by doing the following:

1. With your Apple Pencil turned on, check its charge level:
2. If you see a green light under the eraser, your Apple Pencil has enough power for a full day of use.
3. If you see an amber light, your Apple Pencil has enough power for about 30 minutes of use.
4. If you see a red light, your Apple Pencil needs to be charged.
5. Connect your Apple Pencil to the Lightning connector on your iPad.
6. While it charges, you’ll see a yellow light under the eraser. When your Apple Pencil has enough power for a full day of use, you’ll see a green light.
7. It might take up to 30 seconds for your Apple Pencil to pair with your iPad.

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