Turn off auto-correct on iOS
Monday, September 16, 2013/
Auto-correct can either be a useful tool or the most annoying feature of Apple’s mobile operating system. There’s an easy way to turn it off.
Head to the Settings app, then to the “general” tab. From there, select the “keyboard” menu. There you’ll be able to turn off auto-correction, and spellchecks if you so desire as well.
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