Have you ever been tempted to check out a brand new third-party keyboard just lately, however hate that it all the time switches back to Apple's keyboard anyway? There is a means to prevent that.
There's a large number of controversy over Apple's acceptance (or lack thereof) of third-party keyboards. Despite all odds, some nice keyboards were made to be had for us to use. It does take a few steps to get arrange, however as soon as enabled, you're loose to use any third-party keyboard that you wish to have.
Sadly, with no little bit of additional setup, your new default keyboard will transfer back to Apple's same old one with out reason (particularly in the Messages app and Safari). There's a means to prevent this from taking place, some way to keep the most sensible keyboard as your default all of the time.
With one exception! If you find yourself getting into a password, the keyboard will nonetheless routinely default to Apple's same old one. It is going to, on the other hand, transfer back to your selected third-party keyboard after you go out the password box.
Here's how to prevent your keyboard from switching back to Apple's same old one.
How to Prevent your keyboard from switching back to Apple's
- Open the Settings app.
- Faucet Basic.
- Faucet Keyboards.
- Faucet Edit.
Faucet the Delete icon subsequent to the English (or no matter language you've got decided on for Apple's same old keyboard).
- Faucet Delete.
With Apple's same old keyboard off your record, you'll by no means revel in random switching back once more.
Keep in mind, third-party keyboards don't paintings in password fields. It is going to revert to the Apple one briefly.