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In hindsight, not all my frustration should have been attributed to the Smart Keyboard. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro was just not a good fit for me personally. I much preferred the size and portability of the iPad Air 2, so I went back to it. When Apple announced a smaller iPad Pro, I knew this would be a much better fit for me. I also decided to give the Smart Keyboard another try. This time around, I’m enjoying it much more since I’m not trying to use it the way I did previous iOS keyboards — and because it’s paired with a form factor I really enjoy using.
My first few days with the Smart Keyboard took some adjusting. However, I quickly realized that if I looked at the Smart Keyboard more like a Mac keyboard and less like an iOS keyboard, it made much more sense — and it only took a few key shortcuts to get me to a point where I felt just as comfortable as I had with every other iPad keyboard I’d ever used. Must-know Smart Keyboard shortcuts That being said, here are the Apple Smart Keyboard shortcuts every owner should know right from the start: How to return to the Home screen with the Smart Keyboard Command + H lets you quickly return to your iPad’s Home screen without having to reach for the Home button.
Photo: My first go-around with the Smart Keyboard had me tapping the upper left-hand corner of the keyboard for a button that wasn’t there — the Home button. Most third-party Bluetooth keyboards offer this.
The Smart Keyboard doesn’t. However, you can instead use Command+H to return to the Home screen of your iPad Pro from wherever you are. Once I realized I could do this, it clicked instantly.
And if you use a Mac, you’ll recognize this shortcut from there as well, where it’s used to hide windows. How to access emoji with the Smart Keyboard Accessing emoji from the Smart Keyboard can be done by just tapping on the Globe Key in the bottom left of the keyboard. Photo: One of the first things you’ll most likely scratch your head at, particularly if you’re a new Smart Keyboard owner, is how to access the emoji keyboard. This isn’t just a question I get from Smart Keyboard owners, but owners of any hardware keyboard. The solution to this seems totally obvious, but it wasn’t to me either, so don’t feel bad if you spent a good while trying to figure it out, I did. When you want to access the emoji keyboard, just press the globe key on your Smart Keyboard (it’s in the lower left corner next to the control key).
When you’re done, just press the globe key again or tap the button in the bottom right corner of your screen to hide the keyboard again. How to switch between apps with the Smart Keyboard Access the App Switcher, just like on your Mac, but using Command + Tab. Photo: The Smart Keyboard doesn’t seem to give true access to the multitasking interface of iOS (for this you’ll still need to reach up and double-press your Home button). However, iOS does have an App Switcher just like OS X does. To access it, just hold down the Command key and press the Tab key.
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