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Boy Genius Report
Former Apple designer explains why autocorrect on the iPhone is better than it seems
While the iPhone was in development in the mid-2000s, Apple engineers spent a tremendous amount of time and energy working on the device's virtual keyboard. And with good reason: Apple was understandably trying to avoid the public relations gaffe that made the company's Newton PDA a laughing stock in the early '90s. The Newton's flagship feature was handwriting recognition, but the feature didn't work quite as well as advertised. Famously, the Newton was lampooned in a widely circulated "Doonesb...

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