You probably know that you can use a keyboard combination on your Mac to insert accented letters – such as È, É, Ê or Ë. But were you aware that the iPhone onscreen keyboard offers a quick way to input accented letters and alternate characters, too? Here’s how.
Not a fan of the cheesy Marker Felt font used by the iPhone Notes application? Neither am I – but I don’t wish to jailbreak my iPhone or replace core font files. This workaround won’t convert your existing iPhone Notes but it will substitute the Helvetica font for all new or edited iPhone Notes. Here’s [...]