Probably one of the most annoying feature, specially for those who like typing in a slang way or prefer writing in short forms, such as typing a Skype message to a friend, “Whtz happenin bro?”. Your iOS device won’t tolerate this type of typo if the Auto-correct feature is turned “ON” and in return correct the mistake with a proper word.
On the other hand, this feature is surely helpful for those, who have a good speed on the QWERTY keyboard but sometimes have to pause due to a correction. Over an iOS device, this task is easily fulfilled by the intelligent tablet.
By default, the auto-correct feature is “ON” in an iPad. So for those looking to turn off the auto-correct feature, you need to do it manually. Below, we bring you a step-by-step guide to easily turn off the auto-correct feature on your iPad.
On your iPad screen, tap the “Settings” tab
In the Settings Menu, click on “General”, located on the left pane and then on “Keyboard” at the right pane
After tapping on the “Keyboard”, the right pane would display the “Auto Correction” Feature
Turn the “Auto Correction” feature to OFF. Note: Upon disabling the AutoCorrect feature, “CHECK SPELLING” would automatically be disabled.