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The Game-Changing iPhone Keyboard

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With all the near infinite technology available at mankind’s fingertips, who’d have thought we’d still be irked by rogue emoji?
 
Mastering the art of typing into an iPhone without mistakenly hitting the wrong button can be tricky, all right. The more dexterity deprived among us might even say downright impossible. 
 
Which makes us doubly pleased to present the Next keyboard, a device for the iPhone that lets users compose a text message faster and more accurately than ever - even one-handed – by allowing you to adjust the cursor by sliding your finger across the spacebar, and scroll vertically instead of horizontally. Game changing, basically.
 
Two days - or roughly the amount of time it currently takes to compose a text message on an iPhone with no mistakes – was all it took for the developers Tiny Hearts to reach the funding goal on Kickstarter, meaning that you can now pre-order the Next Keyboard ahead of its launch.
 
It's due out in February. In the meantime, just try your best to ensure you're better at texting than your Mum.
 

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