A newfeature called QuickPath will change the way you type in your including the new . Even after began allowing third-party keyboard apps on the and its own keyboard lacked the ability to input gestures.
If you've used an Android phone or one of theon your iPhone, you already know how much faster it can be to slip your finger across the keyboard to get a word as to spell as opposed to tapping on every single key when typing.
When you first see the keyboard aftera warning message will appear warning you that you can now swipe over the keyboard to type. If you skipped the warning or did not quite understand what it was trying to tell you – everything is fine. Here's what you need to know about iOS 13's QuickPath feature.
If you have not already installed iOS 13, you mustbefore you take the plunge. If something goes wrong with the installation, you are glad that you have taken the time.
QuickPath is enabled by default after installing iOS 13. All you have to do is place one finger on the keyboard and slide your finger across the screen.
For example, if you want to type "avocado", first place a finger on the "A" key and then draw a line to the "V", followed by "O" and "C", and so on until you have each letter in the Word connected. When you're done, lift your finger off the keyboard.
As with traditional typing, you do not have to be precise in your gestures – iOS predicts what you want to say when you swipe the keyboard. As long as you are in the general area of a letter before proceeding to the next one, chances are that iOS will either do it right or at least give you the right option in the QuickType bar.
As you can see in the GIF, I was able to type "How are you?" With three quick swipes from the keyboard, two of which were back and forth in the same row of keys, and iOS 13 has it done correctly.
The more you use QuickPath, the better you handle it, and the better iOS 13 can tell you what to say.
If you absolutely hate QuickPath and you do not want it to be an option at all, you can disable it in Preferences > General > Keyboard > Switch to type .
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