Slide to Type feature is one of the new iOS 13 features that we’ll teach you how to enable and disable it.
After waiting for a long time, Swipe Typing finally came to iOS. Android users have long been able to type by swiping on the screen, and with the official release of iOS 13, the feature has been made available to Apple phone users.
Apple has shown in recent years that it is reluctant to make major changes to its mobile operating system keyboard. If you remember, before the release of iOS 8, it wasn’t possible to install miscellaneous keyboards on iPhone family phones. Even after enabling miscellaneous keyboards to be installed, many IOS users decided to continue to use the operating system’s own keyboard because it was fully integrated with the entire operating system and provided a great deal of convenience.
The good news is that from now on you don’t have to envy Android users for Swipe Typing functionality; Apple has provided Swipe Typing functionality to its users in the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 13.
Apple refers to this new feature as Slide to Type; Slide to Type basically functions similar to the old Swype 2 keyboard. This allows the user to point the finger at the letters on the keyboard to easily select them quickly. The device’s artificial intelligence can pinpoint what word you’re typing from your finger gesture. Swap Typing makes it easy to type with one hand, which is precisely why Swap Typing is so popular among users.
This feature, called Slide to Type on iPhone phones, is enabled on iOS 13 by default. If you are looking to disable or reactivate it, below you will find out how to do it.
How to enable or disable slide to type?
To do this, go to: Settings -> General -> Keyboard Find the “Slide to Type” toggle near the bottom and flick it to on / off, depending on your preference.
It’s important to note that the iPhone’s Slide to Type feature doesn’t currently support all languages. This means if you do not type in English, you will not be able to use the Slide to Type feature for now.