Use Dictation On Your iPad 3 (Tutorial)
The iPad 3, though doesn’t have Apple’s virtual assistant Siri, it does have the dictation feature present in it. This feature is a speech-to-text feature, and it sends the speech date to Apple’s data center and then after being processed, the text is sent back to your device. Earlier, we talked about how to enable the Dictation feature as the iPad 3 might not have it enabled by default. Now, we’re going to tell you how to use the Dictation feature present in the iPad 3, after the break!
When you’ve enabled the Dictation feature on your iPad 3, a microphone key will appear on the iPad keyboard. However, keep in mind that it won’t always appear on keyboards that are specialized. Meaning that it won’t appear when you’re entering a website URL, and it’ll appear on the keyboards that are meant for entering standard text. Simply follow the steps below to know how to use this feature;
Step 1: The first thing you’ll need to do is tap the Dictation key.
Step 2: Just say what you want to type in your device.
Step 3: In the end, tap the Dictation key again, and you’re finished.
The things that you need to keep in mind when using this feature is that you should speak at a steady pace, and you should enunciate very clearly. When Dictation gets confused about the words that you’ve spoken, it’ll underline the words in blue color. Just tap those words and you’ll be given a list of alternatives to choose from and select the correct word.
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