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    I noticed the same thing. Used SwiftKey without issue for years on Android; now on iOS and see bugs every day.

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    couldn't agree more, also see other keyboards coming in with the missing features like haptic feedback and a number row. they're no threat to SwiftKey for now but I hope SwiftKey take note and bring the ios app up to match the android one.

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    I agree with Nick and John! This was the very reason that I came into this forum today... Looking for knowledge on how to activate the long press options on my iOS SwiftKey keyboard. I get so darn sick of switching pages back and forth in order to enter passwords and just enter texts. Try typing these for fun and see if you agree:
    iPhone 4 was the only one that used the micro. 1 through 3 used the original. 5 through X use the Nano.

    Or this one:
    The 8, 8+, and X have the latest A11 chipset.

    Both of those were actual texts to a friend of mine.

    Anyway, I still love SwiftKey and I also believe the lack of long presses absolutely must be an iOS thing but maybe SwiftKey can convince apple to allow for the change.
    Thank you for your time,
    Jeff

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