One of the smallest, yet most noticeable changes, brought about by the iOS 10 update is the way that the keyboard switches from uppercase to lowercase letters. This is certainly useful in that it provides better information about what character you are about to add to your message, but the constant switching between letter cases can be oddly annoying.
If you find that you prefer the old method where the keyboard always displayed uppercase letters, then you are able to return to that behavior. Our tutorial in this article will show you how to turn off the setting that causes the iPhone to switch between uppercase and lowercase letters on the keyboard.
How to Only Show Uppercase Keys on the iPhone 7 Keyboard
The steps below will work for iPhone models running iOS 10. Once you have completed these steps, your iPhone will no longer switch between upper and lowercase letters when you press the Shift key on the keyboard. It will always display uppercase keys.
Step 1: Open Settings.
Step 2: Select General.
Step 3: Open Accessibility.
Step 4: Scroll down and select Keyboard.
Step 5: Turn off the Show Lowercase Keys option.
Would you like to have a keyboard for another language on your iPhone? There are a number of pre-installed keyboards in a variety of languages from which you can choose. This article will show you how to add a spanish keyboard to your iPhone, for example. Once you have added a new keyboard, you can tap a button on the keyboard to switch between the multiple keyboards as needed.