If you’re experiencing issues with your keyboard, resetting it can often solve the problem. This guide will show you how to reset your keyboard on both iPhones and computers, as well as what to do if resetting doesn’t work.
How to Reset iPhone Keyboard
If you’re experiencing issues with your iPhone’s keyboard, such as incorrect autocorrect suggestions or unresponsive keys, resetting it can often solve the problem. Resetting the keyboard will erase all custom words you’ve added to your iPhone’s dictionary and restore the keyboard to its default settings. Here’s how to do it:
- Go to the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Tap General, and then tap Reset.
- Select Reset Keyboard Dictionary.
- Enter your passcode if prompted, and then tap Reset Dictionary to confirm.
After resetting the keyboard, you may need to re-enter words that you commonly use if they aren’t recognized by the default dictionary. Additionally, some autocorrect settings may need to be reconfigured, such as enabling or disabling autocorrect or adjusting the keyboard’s language settings.
If resetting the keyboard doesn’t solve the problem, consider checking for updates to your device’s operating system or contacting Apple support for further assistance.