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Why your iPad’s virtual keyboard might be getting a whole lot better real soon

One of the longstanding complaints about iOS was that Apple, in stark contrast to Android, wasn’t open to third-party keyboards. Thankfully, with the introduction of iOS 8, Apple revamped its keyboard software in a major way. Now comes word that Apple may have a few more keyboard tricks up its sleeve, at least as it pertains to the iPad. DON’T MISS: The worst things reviewers are saying about the Apple Watch TechCrunch is reporting that Apple recently acquired Dryft, an interesting startup known for develop a tablet-based virtual keyboard that gives users the ability to adjust the layout to specifically fit their own hands. “The Dryft keyboard appears on screen only when the user places their fingers on the display,” TechCrunch

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