How do I get my keyboard back to normal on my Iphone?

Answered by Tom Adger

To get your keyboard back to normal on your iPhone, you can follow these steps:

1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone. It is represented by a gear icon and can usually be found on your home screen.

2. Scroll down and tap on “Accessibility.” This section is represented by a blue and white icon with a person inside.

3. In the Accessibility settings, scroll down until you find the “Keyboards” option. It should be located under the “Physical and Motor” section.

4. Tap on “Keyboards” to access the keyboard settings.

5. Look for the option called “Full Keyboard Access” and tap on it. This option allows you to have more control and access over your keyboard.

6. Once you are in the “Full Keyboard Access” settings, you will see a toggle switch. Make sure the switch is turned on to enable full keyboard access.

By enabling full keyboard access, you will have more functionality and control over your keyboard on your iPhone. This can be useful if you have specific accessibility needs or if you prefer a different keyboard layout.

Now, you may be wondering what exactly full keyboard access means and how it can affect your keyboard. When you enable full keyboard access, it allows you to navigate through your iPhone using just the keyboard. This can be particularly helpful for individuals with motor impairments who may find it difficult to use the touchscreen.

With full keyboard access turned on, you can use various keyboard shortcuts to control your iPhone. For example, you can navigate through menus, select items, and activate buttons by using specific key combinations. This feature essentially turns your iPhone into a more keyboard-centric device.

It’s worth noting that enabling full keyboard access may change the way your keyboard behaves slightly. For instance, you may notice that certain keys have additional functions or that the layout is slightly different. These changes are intended to provide easier navigation and control using the keyboard alone.

In my personal experience, enabling full keyboard access has been beneficial when I want to quickly navigate through my iPhone without having to rely on the touchscreen. It has allowed me to perform tasks more efficiently and has provided greater accessibility for individuals with motor limitations.

To summarize, to get your keyboard back to normal on your iPhone, you can go to Settings > Accessibility > Keyboards and enable full keyboard access. This feature provides enhanced control and navigation options using the keyboard alone.