By default, the iOS keyboard to having a setting that automatically capitalizes a new word that is typed after the end of a sentence. This auto-capitalization applies to the first character of any word typed after a period, and while many iPhone and iPad users love this feature since it can make typing faster on iOS keyboards, but some users may not like it. They prefer to have control and wants to manually choose between having a character in the uppercase or the lower case. This article will guide you how to do that:
How to enable/disable auto-capitalization on iPhone
Step 1: Open your iPhone’s “Settings” from the Home screen.
Step 2: From Settings, go to the “General” settings.
Step 3: Scroll down from the General settings and tap on the “Keyboard” option.
Step 4: Once you are on the Keyboards page, locate the “Auto-Capitalization” option.
Step 5: Click on the switch to turn the feature enable or disable. A green switch means that auto-capitalization is on while a grey switch means that the feature is disabled.
Step 6: You can press the “Home” button to go back to the Home screen or press the Back button to go to the previous page.
Now when ending a sentence and starting a new one, or inserting a period and typing a word, the letter starting the word won’t automatically capitalize by default. Whether to have this setting turned off or on is going to be entirely a matter of personal preference, so use what you like best on your iPhone or iPad. Also you can see more how to use the keyboard as A trackpad on iOS 12 in a simple way, wish you success!