iKeyboard will be designed to rest on top of the iPad’s displayed touch keyboard and introduces a small amount of space between your fingers and the iPad’s touchscreen keys, so that his fingers trigger letters as he presses a key.
Touch-typing and hunt-and-peck typing use different parts of the brain. Touch-typing uses what’s called muscle memory, which enables an action to become automatic. Touch-typing is like riding a bicycle, or playing a musical instrument, or just walking.
Hunt-and-peck typing “hijacks” the thinking part of your brain, making it unavailable for more important tasks. Your brain is monopolized by having to ask a series of questions and issue a series of instructions: "Where is the 'W’? Touch that spot." "Where is the 'H’? Touch that spot."
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