About a year ago, I purchased a Bluetooth keyboard, which I reviewed here. It was a good keyboard and I used it considerably. In the end, however, I realized that I can type more efficiently on an iPad than with the Bluetooth keyboard. And so I ditched the keyboard after a months-long experiment. iOS has a couple of built in features that make typing go faster: auto-correct and what I call “word guess,” where the software anticipates what you’re going to type next (and gets it right with surprising frequency). So I’m back to using my iOS devices with no accessories (other than headphones/AirPods). As is the case so often in life, simplest is best.