The latest update from Apple, iOS 11, instantly grabbed the attention of iPad and iOS users. This was mainly because the latest update contained more than a few iPad specific features that allowed users to make the most of their tablets. In addition to that, there are also plenty of productivity features in the latest update, which are aimed at offering a better experience to employees and professionals.
One of the best and arguably the highlighting feature of iOS 11 is the “Key Flicks” option, which makes typing on the QuickType keyboard a lot more simpler and a bit fun too. Unfortunately, a huge number of iPad users still have no clue on how to enable Key Flicks on the QuickType keyboard of an iPad that runs on iOS 11. If you were confused too, below are a few simple steps that will help you to activate the feature.
It is incredibly easy to use this feature. If you wish to access the symbol above any one of these keys, then you can easily do it by simply flicking down on the keys. For instance, let us assume that you are typing in an email address in your keyboard. So, you will probably need to enter “@” symbol in the email id. When it is time to enter the symbol, put one of your fingers on the “a” key on your keyboard and flick down. Now, a “@” symbol will be automatically displayed in the text field of your iPad.
However, if you are not ready to use this feature or if you feel that typing in your old keyboard is much more easier, you can follow the same steps as mentioned above to turn off the QuickType keyboard feature. Just remember to deactivate the toggle key next to the Enable Key Flicks in the settings. If you are still unable to enable or disable the new QuickType keyboard feature on your iPad, get in touch with an iPad technician for help.