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How to disable the iOS 13 sliding keyboard on your iPhone

keyboard-slider-ios-01 "width =" 1000 "height =" 563 "srcset =" 1000w, 600w, /2019/09/teclado-deslizante-ios-01-768x432.jpg 768w "data-sizes =" (max-width: 1000px) 100vw, 1000px "/><p>Apple has introduced in iOS 13, the latest version of its mobile platform, a new functionality called “Slide to Type”. Basically, it works just like the old Swype keyboard of 2013. That is, it allows you to slide your finger across the keyboard, making sure you go through all the letters you want to play. That's right, now, thanks to Artificial Intelligence, <strong>The system calculates what word you are trying to write.</strong> This makes writing with one hand much easier and faster, which always comes in handy to speed up conversations or emails.</p><p>The new function is activated by default in iOS 13 and it is possible to use it in our language. That is, in case you do not want to have it because you want to use the traditional keyboard without further complications, it will be very useful to know where you are in the platform to be able to deactivate it right away. <strong>To disable it between the Settings section and go to General and Keyboard.</strong> Here, locate the “Slide to write” lever located in the middle of the screen and set it to Off.</p><p><img class=

We recommend that if you usually write a lot and you also need to make it quick to familiarize yourself with this new function. Imagine you want to write the phrase "see you at seven." Just by putting the letter “n” to start the sentence and moving to the other words, the system will know what you want to say and you will be suggesting words that you will only have to select to complete your sentence. You can really save a lot of time if you get used to it and you swipe to write one of your favorite iOS 13 features. In addition, moving from one letter to another is very comfortable and it is difficult to make mistakes, being able to write is one hand, which is precisely what it is about.

Before joining Swipe to write to iOS 13 some users used this system through third-party applications. Among the most popular we can mention SwiftKey Keyboard or Gboard, the two available for free download in the App Store. If you can't install iOS 13 or you still don't want to do it, you can use these two tools to write faster.

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