With the official release of iOS 9, there have been many user-friendly changes on iOS devices. Perhaps the most important ones are keyboard changes as users find it tough to type messages on app like Mail, WhatsApp, Facebook, and others.
It has been observed that people with poor eyesight are not able to spot the right key; they misspell at times. To avoid this, users can disable Show Lowercase Keys from the Settings.
This will enable users to see all keys in uppercase only. But hang on! This doesn’t mean you will be able to type entire text in uppercase only. To type in uppercase, you will have to use shift key on your iPhone or iPad.
How to Switch iPhone/iPad Keyboard from Lowercase to Uppercase in iOS 9
Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone/iPad → Tap on General.
Step #2. Now tap on Accessibility.
Step #3. Scroll down and tap on Keyboard.
Under the SOFTWARE KEYBOARDS section, you will see Show Lowercase Keys.
Step #4. Toggle Show Lowercase Keys OFF.
Now go back and check your keyboard; you will see that all alphabets on the keyboard are seen in UPPERCASE. If you feel that this doesn’t look good on your iPhone/iPad screen, you can return to the earlier keyboard by following the above method; toggle Show Lowercase Keys ON.
Keyboard improvements directly affect users, and therefore, Apple has always made some innovations in this area. For example, you can turn iPhone 6s keyboard into a trackpad with 3D Touch.