You can turn off the iPhone 14 auto correct setting by going to Settings > General > Keyboard > then turning off Auto-Correction.
Our guide continues below with additional information about changing auto correct on an IPhone, including pictures of these steps.
You can also check out our video about how to disable auto correct on iPhone 14 for more on this topic.
How to Turn Off Auto Correct On an iPhone 14 (Guide with Pictures)
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 14 Plus in the iOS 16.5 operating system.
These steps will also work on most other recent versions of the iOS operating system, as well as most iPhone models, including the following:
- iPhone 14
- iPhone 14 Pro
- iPhone 14 Pro Max
Step 1: Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Scroll down and select the General option.
Step 3: Choose the Keyboard option from this menu.
Step 4: Tap the button to the right of Auto-Correction to turn it off.
I have auto correct disabled on my iPhone in the picture below.
Now that you know how to disable auto correct on iPhone 14 you will be able ot adjust this setting whenever you want to change whether or not your iPhone can correct the things that you type.
Video About Changing the Auto Correct Setting
Summary – Turning Auto Correct Off on iPhone 14
- Open Settings.
- Choose General.
- Select Keyboard.
- Turn off Auto-Correction.
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Note that there are some other options on this Keyboard menu that you can also adjust which will impact the way that you type. These options include the following:
- Check Spelling
- Enable Caps Lock
- Smart Punctuation
- Slide to Type
- Delete Slide-to-Type By Word
- Character Preview
- “.” Shortcut
Typing on the small keyboard of the iPhone 14 can be difficult, and it’s pretty common to make some mistakes while you are typing an email or a text message.
The auto-correction feature on the iPhone can help with as lot of the issues that you might encounter while you are typing, but it can also be frustrating when this tool is fixing things that yu don’t want it to.
Fortunately, the steps in our guide above have shown you how to disable auto correct on iPhone 14 so that you can prevent the iPhone from trying to fix things that it thinks have been mistyped.
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