The iPhone’s virtual keyboard can be challenging to use when you’ve only got one hand free, especially if you’re using one of the larger “Plus” models. Thankfully, Apple added a new one-handed keyboard option in iOS 11. Here’s how to use it.
Unless you’ve configured your account to skip the password, or are using an alternative login method, you need to type your password at the login screen in order to log in to your Windows account. But what if your keyboard is broken or not responding? Or what if you’re using a touch screen kiosk that doesn’t have a keyboard? Here’s how to log in to Windows without a keyboard as long as you have a working mouse, trackpad, or touch screen.
The keyboard click sounds on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch help provide some form of feedback to an otherwise unresponsive touchscreen-based virtual keyboard. But some users find the sounds more annoying than helpful. Here’s how to turn them off.
Third party iOS keyboards were a huge request from Apple customers for years, and many rejoiced when the company announced official third party keyboard support in iOS 8. But now that third party keyboards are available without a jailbreak, the reality isn’t as rosy as many hoped. Jacob Penderworth takes a look at the good, the bad, and the just plain ugly aspects of using third party keyboards on your iOS device.
iOS 8 brings some big changes to mobile typing and keyboards. One such change is Apple’s introduction of QuickType, a predictive typing service that learns from a user’s typing history and offers relevant word suggestions. But some users would prefer that iOS 8 mind its own business. Here’s how to hide QuickType suggestions in iOS 8.
The iPhone’s virtual keyboard is powerful and customizable, but some features are hidden from plain sight by a series of pop-up functions. With the recent crazy weather, one such feature is the degree symbol. Here’s how to find it in all recent versions of iOS.