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BlackBerry 10 keyboard delete
Swiping down on the keypad at any time brings up numbers and symbols, and swiping up again returns you to the letters. Swiping left at any point deletes the word on screen (pictured).
If typing on a touchscreen usually poses a challenge because you don't hit the letters square on, then RIM has accounted for that. Over time, it recognises where an individual user tends to hit each key — slightly to the left or right, for example — and adjusts to ensure that the intended keystroke is entered, via an unseen virtual keyboard behind the one on screen. This "almost second keyboard" will make mis-hit keys a thing of the past, Bhardwaj said.
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