“The typing assistance features in iOS are handy for those wanting to write at speed, especially if you consider that typing on a flat display simply isn’t as fast as a proper keyboard,” Owen writes. “While some of the functions are used practically in all text-editing applications, such as the ubiquitous spelling autocorrection, a few of these handy features in iOS just don’t get used as much on macOS.”
Owen writes, “This guide will explain how to use a few of these features: Auto-capitalization, period insertion, and predictive word suggestions. ”
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MacDailyNews Take: A good guide. There are many things you can do to customize your Mac’s keyboard input to work best for you.