We love our iPad, but editing text can be a little obnoxious.
To move the cursor back, you need to tap and hold to put it where you want it. Selecting a block of text is equally cumbersome.
But take a look at this iOS keyboard prototype -- it makes text editing a breeze. If you like the way it works, follow the instructions below the video to officially file it as a feature request with Apple!
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