Autocorrect is meant to help you with your writing mistakes. One mistake in spelling can change a message and can even cause a lot of misunderstandings. But, there are times when even the autocorrect is one causing the problems.
If you’re the kind of writer that hardly makes a mistake when typing, good for you. In that case, the autocorrect might not be that necessary. If you think that autocorrect is not necessary in your case, disabling it is quick and easy.
How to Disable Autocorrect in iPadOS 14
To get rid of autocorrect on your iPad go to Setting > General > Keyboards > Autocorrect. If you ever change your mind and want to turn it back on, you just need to follow the same steps. Instead of turning it off, you can always try keeping it on and proofreading your text. If not, then you know it’s sitting in your settings waiting for you to turn it on.
You tried to keep autocorrect as long as possible, but it just didn’t work out. Did autocorrect get you into any trouble with its “fixes”? Share your thoughts in the comments below.