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  • Writer's pictureReuven Sherwin

IMO: Bad Apple UX, part 2 of 2

(Continued from yesterday)

We've seen the English and Hebrew keyboards.

(FWIW, the same "pattern" repeats itself for all other languages too...)

To switch between characters and digits, you click (well, touch) the key in the bottom-left corner of the keyboard.

So far, so good.

And to switch between keyboards you click the Globe-key, on the bottom row/left side, right next to the digits/characters toggle.

So far, so good.

Now add the Emoji keyboard, a very popular keyboard...

So you now have three keyboards... English, Hebrew and Emoji.


Toggle between them - and notice that the location of the Globe-key changes!

Why? Apple knows.

But I don't.

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