How to Connect Logitech Wireless Keyboard to iPad and iPhone

If you want to use your iPad as a supercomputer, then you can easily do so by connecting a keyboard and mice. Apple offers high-quality accessories for the iPad, including the Magic Keyboard Folio, which costs $160. However, there are some good third-party alternatives available in the market and undoubtedly Logitech is one of the first preferences of many users.

Logitech offers wireless keyboards starting from $33 and a dedicated iPad keyboard Folio from $60. If you are planning to buy a Logitech wireless keyboard or already bought one and want to know how to connect it to your iPad or iPhone, then you are in the right place.

I recently bought Logitech’s K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard to carry with my iPad Air during traveling. It is a compact keyboard that fits easily in the backpack and works well with my iPad, Laptop, and iPhone, thanks to the multi-device support. I can easily switch between three devices in a single press.

How to Connect Logitech Wireless Keyboard to iPad

Most of these keyboards are designed to work with Mac and Windows, which means you can utilize all shortcuts seamlessly. Now whether you own a wireless keyboard or Folio accessory for your iPad, you can easily pair them together and start typing flawlessly.

Let’s dig into the steps of connecting the Logitech Wireless Keyboard with the iPad.

How to Pair Logitech Wireless Keyboard with iPad

Most Logitech keyboards are compatible with iPadOS 14.0 or later versions. If your iPad is on the latest version of iPadOS, then you can easily pair it with the Logitech Keyboard. Follow these steps to pair the keyboard accessory.

Note: The steps are the same for iPhone, make sure your iPhone is running on iOS 14.0 or newer.

Step 1: First things first, put the Logitech keyboard in pairing mode. You can do it by turning the keyboard on and pressing the key with the Bluetooth icon on it for a couple of seconds. Once you see a flashing light leave the button.

Step 2: Open Settings on your iPad.

Step 3: Select Bluetooth, and turn it on.

How to Connect Logitech Wireless Keyboard to iPad

Step 4: You will see the keyboard appearing in the other devices section, tap on it. It will automatically get connected. (For some keyboard models, you will be asked to enter a pairing code which will display on the screen during the pairing process, and then enter the code from the keyboard itself)

How to Connect Logitech Wireless Keyboard to iPad

When your keyboard is paired, you can test it by opening the Notes app on your iPad or iPhone and start typing.

How to Disconnect Logitech Wireless Keyboard from your iPad

Whether you want to connect your keyboard to another device or simply want to connect another keyboard to your iPad, whatever the reason is you need to disconnect the paired keyboard. The process of disconnecting the keyboard is straightforward, here are the steps you can follow to do it.

Step 1: Open Settings on your iPad, then select Bluetooth from the sidebar.

Step 2: Tap on the connected keyboard from the paired devices list.

How to Disconnect Logitech Wireless Keyboard to iPad

Step 3: Select Disconnect. (You can tap on Forgot this device option to unpair the keyboard)

Once done, simply turn off the keyboard or press and hold the Bluetooth button to put the keyboard in pairing mode so you can pair it with another device.

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Haneet Singh

Haneet is the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of YTECHB. He has a huge passion for tinkering with latest smartphones, wearables, smart home devices, smart TVs, and more. As an avid Apple Ecosystem user, he loves customizing his iPhone and iPad to suit his needs. For tips, you can connect Haneet at In 2019, Haneet and the YTECHB team exclusively shared the wallpapers of iPhone 11 right before the launch event. In 2020, Haneet alongside his team members shared exclusive renders and official photos of two Samsung Galaxy smartphones - the Galaxy M11, and Galaxy M21. Later, the YTECHB team leaks information about Motorola's feature phones and Razr 3. In the last few months, our team shared Galaxy S24 Ultra leaks and more. You may come across his work getting mentioned in The Times of India, India Today, Hindustan Times, NDTV, TechRadar, Digital Trends, Yahoo News, GSMArena, Android Authority, Android Central, Android Headlines, SamMobile, XDA, 9to5Google, and many other publications. He works across news, updates, features, guides, and more. If YTECHB writes about it, you can expect him to be involved in some way.

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