Strange Thing About Apple Keyboards on iPhones and iPads

You may never have noticed this but there is one strange thing about the Apple keyboard on iPods, iPhones and iPads that I have wondered about.

When you use the built-in browser (Safari), your keyboard includes a key named <.com>. this key is identical on all keyboards. It’s no secret that I am a Dane living in Denmark. Our top level domain name is .dk. In France they have .fr domains, in Germany it’s .de etc.

Why wouldn’t Apple keyboards change according to your language settings?

I think it’s a fair question. I can’t see any logical reason for this key to remain as <.com>. Can you?

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