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LED flashlight has been part of iPad Pro for about a year now. There is not even a single iPad pro that does not have an LED flashlight attached to it. But iOS did not support this feature in iPads, but things have changed with iOS 11 iPads. The new iOS is coming up with some really amazing features and among these features is support for the LED flashlight

It is pretty easy to use, and we are sure that you will love it. Since the feature came with iOS 11 so iPad running iOS 11 are going to be the ones to use this feature.

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Supported iPads for LED flashlight:

Below are the iPads that support this LED flashlight feature, iPad Pro 12.9, iPad Pro 19.5 inch, iPad Pro 9.7 inch. iPads including iPad Air 2 and iPad Air or even iPad mini don’t support this feature and they don’t have Led flash.

How to Enable the LED Flashlight Toggle on iPad

Step 1: When you are in an app or even on the Home screen, you need to get to the app switcher. To do this, swipe from the bottom edge to the middle of the screen till the new app switcher comes forward. Here you will also see the new control center, tucked to the right edge of the screen.

Step 2: Look for the flashlight button, you might have to search a bit. Once you find the button, tap on it. You will notice that the color of the button will change and it will animate it. You will notice a flick in the little switch of the flashlight icon. It is a really cute detail. Makes things pretty and cute.

Step 3: In iPhone, you use the 3D touch to control the intensity of the flashlight. With iOS 11 you can do the same with iPad as well.  Tap and hold onto the flashlight control and you will be able to see the four sections. Swipe down or up to decrease or increase the intensity of the flashlight.

Step 4: To turn off the flashlight, simply tap on the flashlight icon in the control center.

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