We all stimulate corrects when we type on our mobile devices, but this is where smart glossaries and autocorrect comes into play, where it chastises usually misspelt words and likewise understands over occasion the words that we routinely use will not attempt to become chastenings on those.
However, it’s still not inevitably the excellent method, or at least that’s what Apple envisages as according to a recently-discovered patent by AppleInsider, it appears that Apple is looking into the idea of creating a better and faster way of chastising our typing mistakes. The patent suggests that this can be done by simply lift the characters that were typed wrongly.
For example, if you were typing out a word and you got the first two attributes chastise, but in the middle you concluded one or two mistakes, instead of you removing it yourself, the system could instead recognize the word you’re trying to type and delete the mistakes for you, leaving you with the correct letters.
This way instead of the user having to spend time deleting the characters manually, they can instead focus on typing out the rest of their word. While not explicitly stated in the patent, we is anticipated that perhaps it can even be used to autocomplete names as well, various kinds of like how Google’s smart suggestions wield. Nonetheless, as this is a patent, we don’t know if Apple plans to make it a reality, so don’t get your hopes up just yet.
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