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Currently, the answer is no. iOS does not have a built in cursor function(unless you count the new keyboard cursor is iOS 9). In order to use a mouse on an iPad at all, you would probably need to jailbreak it.


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The design of iOS makes remote control not possible in the manner of KVM/remote pointer control. There is no concept of pointer in iOS since the touch interface is multi-touch from the get go. You could enable switch control or voiceover control and theoretically interface with that over the supported or non-supported (jailbreak) channel, but it's still ...


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You want to (on your iPhone) open Settings, then go to Messages -> Text Message Forwarding, then uncheck your iPad



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