iOS 5 developer builds have been released by Apple, and with that come sneak peeks at the upcoming iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch OS. One of the new features in iOS 5 is called Shortcuts. Shortcuts allows you to set AutoText shortcuts for common words and phrases. Follow along as we show you exactly what it is, how to add your own shortcuts, and how to use it!
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