Apple introduced third-party keyboards back in iOS 8, and swipe-input options like Gboard, SwiftKey, and Swype made typing on iPhone one-handed much easier. Even better, apps like Word flow moved to the side of the iPhone so there was less thumb-stretching. Well, now Apple has its own option on iOS 11 and iOS 12 for better one-handed typing in the stock keyboard.
To use the one-handed mode in Apple's default keyboard, iOS just 11 on your iPhone, so this works in iOS 12 as well. So, before going further, it's worth noting that this works only in portrait orientation.
When using the stock Apple keyboard, long-press on the globe icon next to the "1
If you do not have any third party keyboards installed or any additional languages available from Apple, you'll see a smiley emoji instead of a globe.
To make it clear, you can not use Apple's one-handed keyboard unless you have either the Emoji keyboard, a different language keyboard, or a third party keyboard so enabled. Or whatever your primary language is.
After long-pressing the globe or smiley, below the list of enabled keyboards you can switch to, you'll See icons for left, center, and right orientation for Apple's stock keyboard. If you use your iPhone with your left hand, choose the left orientation.
Whenever you want to return to the center position, just tap on the arrow opposite to the left or right. These options work for any of Apple's available "iPhone Keyboards."
However, note that if you're currently using the Emoji keyboard, you'll see either an ellipsis (•••) or "ABC" icon where the globe How to Enable One-Handed Typing on Your iPhone's Stock Keyboard ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>
If Apple implemented swipe input, I might finally switch back full time.
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