One day, I was using my iPad when I noticed my Apple iPad keyboard was showing up in the middle of my screen. At the time I had no idea why this happened, nor did I know how to fix it. And believe me, if this happens to you, you’ll want it fixed as quickly as possible. Learn how to fix this issue in this post.
What To Do When Your Apple iPad Keyboard Is Stuck
What A Stuck iPad Keyboard Looks Like
Here’s what a stuck keyboard looks like:
The reason you’ll want it fixed is that it makes it nearly impossible to type when the cursor on your display gets to the middle of the screen because the on-screen keyboard covers whatever you are typing.
How To Fix A Stuck Apple iPad Keyboard
Luckily, it’s pretty simple to fix. Just press and hold the button in the very bottom-right of the keyboard until a pop-up menu appears. Touch the Dock option and the on-screen keyboard obediently returns to the bottom of the screen.
Howcast shows you how to move your Apple iPad keyboard around the screen:
Your Apple iPad keyboard may be very customizable, but sometimes that customization can lead to undesired consequences. Thankfully, there is an easy fix for it that requires no more than 20 seconds of your time. We hope this guide has helped you fix your keyboard.
Have you ever experienced this problem on your Apple iPad keyboard before? Tell us about your experience in the comments section.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on August 12, 2012 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.