Remove Keyboard Languages from the iPad Air 2
Edited by Grimm, VisiHow, Eng
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In order to delete keyboard language from an iPad, tap on the "Settings" icon.
It is a silver-and-gray gear-shaped icon. You will open the "Settings" panel.
Tap on the seventh option on the left, "General".
This will open the "General" menu on the right side.
Now, scroll down until you find "Keyboard".
Then, tap on "Keyboards" at the very top.
You'll see a list of keyboards. You'll note that swiping a keyboard does nothing.
Tap on the "Edit" option.
It is in the top-right corner. Now, you will see a set of red circles with a dash, which lets you delete a keyboard.
Tap once on a circle next to the language you want to delete.
The language name moves to the left and "Delete" pops out.
Tap on "Delete".
In this video, there will be two languages left.
Tap on "Done".
Your language will be deleted.
Then, press the home button.
Open an application that will allow you to type text.
For example, let's open Reminders. When you type something, you will notice that the language has been removed. In this video, there are only English and emoji
Press the home button to go back to the home screen.
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Video: Remove Keyboard Languages from the iPad Air 2
Recent edits by: VisiHow, Grimm