How to change cursor color on iPadOS 13

The improvements in mouse support in iPadOS 13.4 , along with the arrival of the Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro , have been very well received by those who use the iPad not only as a consumer tablet but also as a computer. With the new features there is one that has gone quite unnoticed: we can change the color of the cursor in iPadOS to attract more attention . Let’s see how to get it.

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First of all, connect your iPad Pro to its Magic Keyboard or a mouse so that the cursor appears on the screen. After that, go to Settings and click on the ‘Accessibility’ section and then on ‘Pointer control’ :

Within that section, click on ‘Color’ :

There you can see how iPadOS gives you six colors to choose from to paint the edge of the circular cursor , in addition to the default option without color. Once you click on one of them, the colored border will appear:


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Note that you can even change the thickness of the colored border, so that you can locate it well when you can’t find it:

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