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     Adding another keyboard such as Arabic to your iTouch, iPad, iPhone

     Follow these simple steps,

         1- Go to “Settings”




Go to Settings




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   2- Go to “General”

           Go to General




   3- In General, go to “Keyboards”




             Go to Keyboard




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   4- Go to “International Settings”




                    Go to International
                        keyboards




   5- Under “keyboards” go to “Add New
      Keyboard”




                   Go to Add New
                   Keyboard




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   6- From the keyboard selection menu, select the language/Keyboard you want. Your iOS device By
      default usually comes with 40 languages, Scroll
      down and select one or as many as you would
      like to add. Once done with your selection, push
      on “Keyboards” on top.




               The new keyboard
               is added1




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1-Tip    To get back to the main “settings” page, trace your steps back; go to Keyboards on top -> General ->
        Settings. This will help you the next time you need to use “settings”.



            7- You can now use the new Keyboard with your favorite apps and to brows the net



                 Use it with the
                 “Notes” app




                 To switch between
                 keyboards, push on the
                 “Globe” button




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Description: This document shows how you can add Arabic Keyboard to your iTechnology, such as iPad, iTouch, iPhone
Dima Almoamin Dima Almoamin
About I an Assistant Professor and a Language Technology Specialist. I teach Arabic language Iraqi/MSA.