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iOS5 brought a very useful feature to the iPad, the slipting keyboard feature. What it does is that you can just slip the keyboard in half and each half goes to one side of the screen, making it easier to type sometimes(depends on how you are holding the iPad) and it has certeanly helped me a lot to type.
But i just came across an article that tells something that a lot of users, including myself, were not aware off. When you slipt the keyboard, the letters seperate and sometime you just want the "Y" that was close to the "T" but you have to go all the way to the other side of the keyboard or use the other hand in order to type it, but Apple put a hidden feature in it and so you have invisible keys that are the ones the were next to the last letter of the keyboard, like for example, next to the "T" is the "Y" and its not only on the other but close to the "T", except you can`t see it and all you have to do is type in the blank space next to the "T" and a "Y" will come up. I hope i explanined it correctly but sometimes i just want to explain it so well that i might have end up confusing you lol so just look at the picture and you get the idea.
This is a very neat hidden feature and i don`t know why Apple didn`t advertise ( maybe they didn`t even realize it lol) and its definitly going to be useful.
<strong>Have you used the slipt keyboard? Do you like it?
Do you think this hidden key feature is useful and useless?</strong>
(picture from the source)