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Struggling to enable keyboard trackpad cursor movement in iOS 13? Try Jack Dorsey’s simple hack

Twitter CEO's iOS 13 hack was much appreciated by netizens.

, ET Bureau|
Oct 10, 2019, 06.43 PM IST
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​If anyone would have a hack for greater iPhone efficiency, it would probably be Jack Dorsey. ​
If anyone would have a hack for greater iPhone efficiency, it would probably be Jack Dorsey.
Since its launch a few weeks ago, Apple’s iOS 14 has been plagued with so many bugs that the company released three dot upgrades in as many weeks to squash the most commonly reported problems.

For those users who’ve already upgraded to the new software and are struggling to get acquainted, the Twitter team might have a few answers.

Recently, Twitter app developer Amro Mousa sent out a tweet asking if there was a way to enable the iOS keyboard trackpad cursor movement in the new software. Within minutes, CEO Jack Dorsey replied with a nifty keyboard hack.


Dorsey’s iOS 13 hack was much appreciated by netizens.


If anyone would have a hack for greater iPhone efficiency, it would probably be Dorsey. The Twitter and Square founder doesn’t use a laptop and runs both companies exclusively from his iPhone.

"I do everything on my phone. It was important to me because I turn off my notifications, and for me it's one application at a time. So I just have one app up, and I can really focus on what's in front of me instead of everything coming at me as I would a laptop," he explained during a press breakfast last year.

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