“It’s the little things in life,” Greg Kumparak reports for TechCrunch. “Like, you know, being able to tell if your keyboard is currently set to use capital letters or not.”
“With iOS 9, Apple is finally fixing one of the platform’s strangest quirks: the keyboard will no longer appear to be all caps, all the time.,” Kumparak reports. “To date, iOS has shown you’re in shift/caps lock by changing the color of the shift key from grey to white. The end result: a whole lot of ‘Wait. Crap. Shift is grey’d out. Does that mean shift is on, or that shift is off? The letters are big… so… Oh well, better tap a key to test it.'”
Kumparak reports, “No more!”
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MacDailyNews Take: It’s so nice (and obvious) to have the keyboard change from lower to upper case letters when shift is on. Rejoice, with iOS 9, there’s no more “is shift on or off” guessing!