Cold causing finger resistance on iPad screen
Like to share an issue concerning the iPad that i've been experiencing this winter in the hopes others have too; semi-cold fingers, iPad &/ or room make for a very stubborn drawing experience (I'm an artist that uses the iPad).
I'm talking indoors, and it doesn't have to be that cold to trigger the problem: even slightly below normal room temperature.
There's a real resistance that happens. My fingers don't seamlessly glide around. Slows me down like heck.
I can't figure out how to fix it (I can rub my fingers quickly on my pants to create friction for a very quick temporary fix). Could this be a humidity or a room pressure thing as well?
It's not about too little oil on one's fingers or if the glass is clean. I can't find anything online, although I've talked to some folks who say they sometimes have this problem with their smartphones.
Anyone know anything about this and more importantly, how to circumvent it in a reasonable way?