You can enter special symbols like copyright (©), trademark (™), and registered (®) effortlessly on your Mac and iPhone without installing any app. macOS and iOS have built-in features to take care of it for you.
In this tutorial, we show you how to type these and any other special characters in a text field on your Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
Do you want soft vibrations when you're typing on your iPhone? This tutorial shows you how to get haptic feedback on key presses in iOS 16 and even iOS 15 or earlier.
Superscript means written or printed above the line, and subscript means written or printed below the line. While writing mathematical formulas (like exponent - 23), numerical suffixes (like 1st, 2nd, 3rd), copyright and trademark symbols, and so on, you may need to raise or lower some special characters or text. Sometimes you can also use these to give a reference (like Wikipedia does - Text ).
In this tutorial, we show you how to type raised or lowered characters on Mac.
Most iPhone users are familiar with the trackpad feature on the software keyboard — the thing where you can tap and drag on the space bar to place the cursor anywhere in a body of text that you want.
Apple certainly helped jumpstart the adoption of capacitive touchscreen phones, and one highlight of all iPhones and iPads is their full virtual keyboards. Your experience is crippled if this essential feature is not working.
This tutorial shows you how to fix issues related to the virtual keyboard on iPhone and iPad, including lag, not showing up at all, failing to register keystrokes, or being generally unresponsive.
Auto-correct or auto-correction automatically corrects the words you misspell while typing. It's a handy feature that ensures your typing is spell-checked and error-free. However, sometimes it can get flaky.
If auto-correct is not working accurately on your iPhone or iPad or not working at all, the following solutions will fix the issue.
Follow along with this tutorial to learn how to use the customizable handshake emoji on iPhone, iPad and Mac to choose skin tones for each hand separately from one another, allowing a single emoji to cover all possible combinations of hand colors.
A new Apple patent application suggests exploratory work on a Raspberry Pi 440-like computer/keyboard combo that'd put an entire Mac within a Magic Keyboard.
Grammarly is a handy writing tool that helps fix grammatical errors, typos, and more. Like me, if you have been using it on your computer, you might want it on your iPhone too. In this tutorial, we show you how to install and use Grammarly on your iPhone - as a keyboard, in the iOS Safari browser, and as an editor.
Earlier in the week, we wrote a tutorial showcasing how you could install the iOS & iPadOS 15.4 Emojis on your jailbroken iOS or iPadOS 14 device via jailbreak tweaks and font add-ons by iOS developer PoomSmart.
Many situations exist when someone might need to be mindful of the number of characters they’re using in a body of text, whether it’s a requirement for a web page text field, a rule for a school essay, or even a personal choice to keep language as short and concise as possible.
Apple TV allows you to type anything like your password into tvOS fields, using your iPhone or iPad. However, iOS 15 has removed the ability to optionally switch off Apple TV keyboard notifications that pop up every time a text field is selected on the media streamer.