Most iPhone users love when the iPhone guesses what they are actually typing and this is only based on their writing habits. From one point of view, this is an excellent chance for people to type more fluently and therefore learn the language. However, the iOS keyboard also remembers misspelled words, suggesting corrections every time we write that particular word.
Obviously, this situation can be a little bit annoying at times, and having those words popping-up when we are typing with people around us can be sometimes embarrassing.
Luckily, there is a solution to this, knowing that we can clear out the entire keyboard history on our iPhones. So, if you are interested in how to erase your keyboard history on your iPhone, check out our blog post.
Your only option to do this, is by deleting the entire keyboard history from scratch and here we’ll guide you through the steps:
And you are all done. All of the customer words that you typed when you used the keyboard will be erased as it will be back to factory default.
Note: You cannot Undo your iPhone Reset Keyboard Dictionary.
You can do this for sure, since iOS devices also give you the option to disable the predictive text function. Follow these steps to find out how to do so.
Voila! You are done and you will no longer see the predictive text suggestions when typing on your iPhone or iPad.
Unfortunately, you cannot see your iPhone keyboard history. Actually, the keyboard dictionary option is able to learn and store words to use later but there is no option to see a list of those words or edit them one by one.
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