We all know that the Apple iPhone 6 Plus is capable of much more than just typing, but it does so by default.
You can also easily switch between multiple apps and settings, and change the screen to an LED-lit display to better reflect the amount of light hitting it.
So, we figured we’d try to build an iPhone 6+ keyboard to get a better idea of what’s available on the new device.
And, after some research, we’ve come up with a couple of neat keyboard shortcuts to help you get started.
If you want to know how to build your own, check out the video below.
To create the iPhone 6 plus keyboard, first select “Keyboard shortcuts” from the keyboard options menu.
Then select the “Custom keyboard” section, which will show you the options for your keyboard.
From there, select a font and the “Key” tab will display a list of all the keyboard shortcuts that you can apply to that font.
There are plenty of keyboard shortcuts in the keyboard, so this should be pretty self-explanatory.
We like to go with the most common ones and use them throughout the entire article.
Here are some of our favorites:For this article, we’ll be using a font called “Bold Italic”.
You can find it on Font Awesome and it’s also available in most other languages.
This font looks great on the iPhone 5s, 5c, 5, and 4S, and it even makes a pretty good keyboard.
It’s also a great choice for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus keyboards, as the font looks like it should be a bit bigger.
This makes it easier to type on and off, and its an excellent font to use when it comes to small type.
When you’re done selecting the font, select the next tab and you’ll be presented with a list called “keyboard shortcuts”.
Choose a key and you will be presented a list with three options: select a text, press a key, and click a key.
For our purposes, we’re going to use the text button and select “Typing”.
To create a custom key, select it and click “Add”.
You’ll be asked to enter the key’s name and a number, then select “Type” from “Key”.
Once you’ve done that, you’ll see a list showing off the various shortcuts.
These can be pretty handy if you want a quick way to type certain words quickly.
In our case, we would like to use our typing shortcut to enter “The”, so we’re selecting the “T” key.
We have one more shortcut we’d like to add to the list: click “Toggle” to turn the keyboard on or off.
We are selecting the keyboard to “Show all”.
You should be presented an option to choose “All”.
We’ve already made a custom shortcut that looks like this:To use this shortcut, click the “Show All” button to see the list of keyboard shortcut options.
If anything is missing from the list, select “New” and then type your own custom shortcut.
Now you should be able to type “The” and “The T” with the keyboard open.
The first time you click the keyboard shortcut, you should see a popup window that looks similar to this:That’s all there is to it!
If you need any additional help or need to add more, feel free to reach out to us in the comments.