The other day, I decided to give Braille a go instead of my usual laptop setup. I'm on an iPhone 11 running iOS 14.8 and using a 5th gen Freedom-Scientific Focus 40 Blue. I tried using computer Braille with no luck. Everything I try to type results in a space. When I enable help, it identifies keys properly when I Braille a chord, but literally every braille dot is interpreted as "space". Okay, so I try UEB, and that works better, but the display takes seconds to update. It's no where near instant. I tried looking around in the Braille settings, but there's nothing obvious. Try as I might, I can't get computer braille playing nice. Sometimes, it works, but I then have to press dots 7 and 8 with a space to backspace and return, respectively. The only other place I've encountered this is on Mac OS, so I'm assuming this is an Apple thing. Why? How do I make the dots 7 and 8 keys stop pulling double duty? Is this as good as Braille gets on iOS for input? Am I doing something wrong and making a fool of myself? There doesn't seem to be anything obvious in the guides about Braille on here. Even if I stuck to UEB (which won't work for my math content), it still takes way, way too long for inputted text to show up on the cells. Is this normal?