Change international keyboards on iPad
Friday, July 29, 2011/
Not every keyboard is the same. Depending on the country you’ll find that each language has their own version of the QWERTY outlay and will depend on that, even in their electronic devices.
And that includes the iPad, which has the ability to change international keyboards.
To do so, you need to open the Settings app. Then, hit the “General” tab.
Down under the “Date & Time” option, you’ll see an option called “Keyboard”. If you press that, at the bottom you’ll see an option called “International Keyboards”, where you can choose to “add new keyboard”.
There, you can pick the best keyboard to suit the language you’re using.
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