The video comes in small, medium and large streamable versions and a 67MB downloadable verion.
In today's video, we learn that iPhone:
- Comes with a built-in dictionary pre-installed for auto correction
- Learns the words that you type most often, including proper names and everything in your address book
- Adapts its key layout for different applications (could this be a hint that a landscape keyboard is coming?)
- In less than a weekly you'll likely be typing faster than any other small keyboard
- There's a cool looking magnifying glass that's used to re-position your cursor to insert or edit a word (as opposed to using the back arrow, or d-pad as on other devices)
- To decline a suggested word click on it (does this sound weird to anyone else?) to accept, press the space bar
- The dictionary dynamically enlarges the tap zones for predicted letters and shrinks the tap zones for other letters
- The keyboard is different in Safari, dropping the space bar for the more usefule period, ".com" and slash bar ("/") buttons
- In email the keyboard defaults to initial caps and recognizes common contractions like can't, aren't and let's
- Type away and trust the intelligence of the iPhone keyboard.