The name alone of Autocorrect can make the iPhone X/iPhone 10 users curious about it. Who doesn’t want to enjoy useful corrections when typing, right? Well, we know a few iPhone users who don’t even want to hear about it. But if you’re reading this, you’re not one of them and you are probably only beginning to consider this option.
We don’t want to disappoint you, yet you need to be aware of one thing. The Autocorrect works fine, most of the time. The rest of the time, however, it can give you some wrong suggestions, which is why the previously mentioned users are against it.
For you to be able to tell if it’s a good or a bad thing, you must try it first. So, do not listen to what others have to say. Read this guide, learn how to turn on the Autocorrect and how to turn it off (hey, one has to know this aspect too!) and use your better judgment.
To turn On/Off the iPhone X/iPhone 10 Autocorrect option…
- You must reach the Keyboard settings (at the Settings app, in the General section);
- At that point, it will be easy to spot the Auto-Correction feature and its toggle;
- Switch the toggle to On and start exploring the new feature.
Do that and maybe you will find it to be a real helper. If you don’t mind double checking and if the number of accurate corrections will exceed the one of the wrong corrections, you might not even want to turn it back off.
We did our part and showed you how to get to it. We should make a final mention, relating to how you turn it off, though, you probably already have an idea. Retake the steps previously listed and switch the toggle to Off. That’s it, we hope you’ll enjoy the iPhone X/iPhone 10 Autocorrect.