If you're having trouble using the iPad Pro's software keyboard you aren't alone, 9to5Mac reports.
A strange oversight by Apple means that the auto-capitalisation feature and the Pro's new keyboard layout don't work well together, causing typos.
The new iPad Pro comes with the standard iPad keyboard with an additional number row at the top, like a MacBook QWERTY keyboard. This new row offers both numbers and characters (such as 1/!, 2/@, etc.) which doesn't play well with the auto-capitalisation feature in iOS.
When a user tries to access a character, such as an exclamation mark, by pressing the shift key, it is cancelled out by auto-capitalisation meaning that they get a "1" instead.