Apple Introduces Customizing Hardware Keyboard Commands in iOS 13
So I went out today and purchased a mouse to test out and see if it’ll change the way I tend to use my iPad. Upon messing with all the settings for the mouse and going through other settings, I noticed a new [Full Keyboard Access](https://i.imgur.com/HSc6BUv.jpg) section under Hardware Keyboards. Typically we only seen this under Third-Party software keyboards. To be sure I wasn’t trippin’ and to see if it already existed, I connected my Bluetooth keyboard to my 9.7inch iPad Pro and my iPad Mini to see what comes up and there’s a section for hardware keyboards but it’s no where near like it is on iOS 13.
[Here’s what you get in iOS 12 under Settings – General – Accessibility – Keyboard](https://i.imgur.com/vzHY7Iq.jpg)
[And here’s what you get under iOS 13](https://i.imgur.com/OkXIeqd.jpg)
Then there’s [this](https://i.imgur.com/qSR7WBg.jpg) button for commands, and clicking there reveals every hardware keyboard command AND tapping one allows you to [modify](https://i.imgur.com/hNf6NLP.jpg) that command to your liking. This is pretty damn awesome!
[Here are all the commands that can be modified](https://i.imgur.com/BpUSpnd.jpg)