By Sabrina, 23 July, 2023 Forum Braille on Apple Products I got an iPhone 11 a few days ago and love it. I upgraded from iPhone SE 2020. I only have one issue and it is that braille screen input is not working very good. I am writing this on my laptop. Options Log in or register to post comments Comments issues with braille screen input I ama huge fan of Braille Screen Input. I am sorry you are having trouble with this. Can you please describe the nature of the difficulty. It is difficult to answer your question with additional information. I assume you already know how to do a dot calibration by quickly touching the screen first with the three fingers of your right hand and then second, with the three fingers of your left hand. You have to do this fairly quickly else the calibaration will not work. I think it may be because I am touching the too or bottom while I also love this feature. I wonder if it may be if I accidentally touch the bottom or top places that interferes with thigs? strange it's like nothing I type makes sens it just doesn't work like it should. Thigs? Sorry, but what do you mean by "thigs"? I imagine you've also tried to recalibrate dot positions? I meant things. Yes with recalibrated. I do that over and over again Trouble With Braille Screen Input It's hard to diagnose this unless you tell me what junk you are hearing when you try to braille. It is possible the dot positions have been reversed. We need more data. Hmm, I think I might know… Hmm, I think I might know what you're referring to. Sometimes, when using screen away mode, your palm might accidentally touch the screen. This happens to me on phones where the screen goes right to the edge. I'm not sure why it happens, so I either have to be careful or learn to use tabletop mode like I had to do. Just be mindful of how you hold the phone while typing. Could you have it locked in… Could you have it locked in a certain orientation? I've done this before and it really throws things off. The issue I face with BSI is deletion. When I delete a word, it's more often than not that I leave BSI. I'm guessing it's activating the rotor, but not sure how to avoid this.