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Apple IOS SwiftKey Keyboard: Microsoft revives SwiftKey keyboard, brings it back on iOS for Apple users

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In September, Microsoft retired SwiftKey for iOS devices. The news disappointed many, as Microsoft’s SwiftKey was one of the most popular alternatives to Apple’s default his keyboard.

However, Microsoft seems to have changed their minds.

The SwiftKey keyboard is reportedly back for Apple users and has also been spotted on the App Store. A vice president of the tech company’s office products group confirmed the report in a tweet.

In a report on GsmArena, a Twitter spokesperson revealed that SwiftKey is returning to iOS and that the tech company is also updating support for the platform. Despite the comeback, SwiftKey’s latest update is still on August 11, 2021.

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The report further reveals that the tech company has big future plans to invest heavily in SwiftKey.

In May, SwiftKey received its final update for Android, making it easier to remove text and adding an option to disable automatic spaces after punctuation.

For $250 million in 2016, Microsoft acquired the SwiftKey platform, already one of the most popular keyboard apps on iOS and Android.

SwiftKey was released on Android in 2010 and came to iOS in 2014. His SwiftKey for iOS predictive keyboard will be removed from the Apple App Store on October 5th.

Meanwhile, Microsoft unveiled the all-new Surface Laptop 5, Surface Pro 9, and Surface Studio 2+ at a high-octane virtual event a few months ago.

The tech giant also introduced a slew of new features in Windows 11.

The all-new Surface Laptop 5 features an Intel Evo 12th Gen chip, Thunderbolt 4 ports and a beautiful sage color. However, the design has been inherited from its predecessor. The laptop is 50% more powerful than the Surface Laptop 4, with 18 hours of battery life.

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