May 4, 2012
iPad Drag to Edit Keyboard Prototype
Some ideas come to individuals easier than they do to large enterprises with overflowing pockets and more grey matter than could be accounted for. Such a person happens to be one Daniel Hooper who has paved the way for a new kind of text entry method for the iPad. It’s more convenient his way as he adopts a pseudo-track pad that requires users to drag their fingers on the keypad to type. To select objects one would need to jab the shift key and carry on with the selections.
This concept is quite path breaking. We wonder how appealing it is to Apple or if the company has already seen things far beyond this interactivity in its test labs already.