You start experiencing a gradual fade in this performance when you find the iPad Magic keyboard backlit function not working as desired. While there’s no sure-fire way that can claim to solve this problem completely, you can try a few workarounds. Let’s find out how to use them!
Fix iPad Magic Keyboard backlit function not working
Just like an iPad, the brightness of the Magic Keyboard automatically adjusts based on the light conditions around you. So, when its keys fail to light up when prompted, try to fix it right away. While annoying, lighting problems related to iPad Magic Keyboard backlit function tend to have simple fixes.
- Force restart iPad
- Turn off Assistive Touch
- Reset Settings
iPad Magic keyboard backlit keys failing to work in low-light environments can be a big problem. Nevertheless, you can fix them using the following methods.
1] Force restart the iPad
On an iPad with a Home button: Press and hold the top button and the Home button at the same time. When the Apple logo appears, release both buttons to Force restart the iPad.
For iPad models lacking a Home button, press and quickly release the volume up button, press and quickly release the volume down button, then press and hold the top button. When the Apple logo appears, release the button.
After you’ve finished the process, mount the iPad back onto the Magic Keyboard and see whether the issue has been resolved.
2] Turn off Assistive Touch
AssistiveTouch is helpful in using the iPad when you have difficulty touching the screen or pressing the buttons. So, if someone has enabled this setting accidentally, You may find the iPad backlit keyboard not responding to your request. Disable this setting and see if it helps. To do so,
Tap the Settings icon on your iPad Home Screen and go to the Accessibility section.
Under the PHYSICAL and MOTOR section of Accessibility settings, tap the Touch option.
When directed to a new screen, select the Assistive Touch entry.
Now, if you see the option enabled, disable it by sliding the toggle to the Off position. Your problem should be solved.
3] Reset Settings
If you’ve made any changes to the Settings app recently undo those changes through the Reset option. First, detach your iPad from the Magic Keyboard, go to Settings > General and tap Reset. Then, tap Reset All Settings.
What is an RGB keyboard?
Unlike a Backlit keyboard that simply illuminates keys, an RGB keyboard generates custom colors by projecting combinations of red, green, and blue light simultaneously. In short, it’s an advanced type of LED-backlit keyboard that can create millions of potential hues.
You can select your favorite colors and program them to appear on certain keys or in special sequences. Recently, they have gained attention as external add-ons in advanced home gaming systems.