Apple made a change to the iOS 9 keyboard layout because people were annoyed with the previous design which was introduced back in iOS 7 and I actually complained about on this post.
The iOS 7 and 8 design showed every letter in uppercase regardless of whether it was actually a capital letter that was going to be typed. The only way to tell if the keyboard was in upper or lowercase was by looking at the shift key.
However, this keyboard layout change has provide divisive.
According to analysis of tweets sent during September 2015  one of the most hated new features of iOS 9 is the new keyboard layout for the iPhone and iPad.
This article is for those of you that hate the new keyboard layout. In it I’ll explain how to turn off the new lower case keyboard layout so that it works like iOS 8 on your iPhone and iPad.
How to fix this issue
1. Click settings
2. Scroll down and click General.
3. Scroll down and tap Accessibility.
4. Scroll down and click Keyboard.
5. Click the slider to turn off Show Lowercase Keys. This will revert the keyboard layout to the iOS 8 style you prefer.
6. You are Done!
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