iOS 9 adds San Francisco typeface to the stock iPhone and iPad keyboards. This switches the uppercase letters on your keyboard to all lowercase. You can change the keyboard back to all uppercase by following these simple steps:
Selecting text and changing the capitalization of individual letters can be a time consuming process. Even with a tweak such as SwipeSelection installed, there's just no easy way to change everything at once. ShiftCycle seeks to make this process easier, offering shift key shortcuts to quickly modify a block of text.
The iOS keyboard is ubiquitous, so inevitably there are pitfalls that can't be avoided. Most of these annoyances can be customized or changed thanks to third-party keyboards entering the scene. Other tweaks such as SwipeSelection make life easier, but are only available via Cydia on jailbroken devices. Two such mods were recently released on Cydia, which can improve the typing experience on jailbroken iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices.
There are many ways to customize the iPhone keyboard. Besides some of the best third-party keyboards from the app store, jailbreaking brings a variety of additional options. Keyboard tweaks such as Bloard and ColorfulKBD Pro are some that focus on color.
Now PrismBoard offers a new option. Once installed, PrismBoard enhances the keystroke pop-ups when keys are pressed on the iPhone. As opposed to NoKeyPop, which hides the keystrokes entirely, PrismBoard highlights these oversized letters when keys are engaged.
SmoothCursor is a jailbreak tweak that adds a smooth animation to the iOS keyboard cursor. Normally typing characters results in the cursor jumping to the front of the line at all times. Users of Microsoft Word 2013 have already been introduced to a smooth cursor animation, which changes the traditional cursor behavior.
Now fans of this animation can add the feature to iOS with SmoothCursor. Once installed, there are no settings or options to configure. The cursor will appear to smoothly drift across the line while typing in any app.