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Ways to type Korean in Apple Vision Pro

Typing on a Bluetooth keyboard connected to the Vision Pro

You may need to type in words or sentences in the Apple Vision Pro from time to time, be it for searching something in the Internet or writing up a memo. If you need to write something long, the best way to do this would be to connect a Bluetooth keyboard like you see here. Tactile feedback and touch typing makes things comfortable and quick.

Typing on the virtual keyboard in the Vision Pro

For short inputs, the integrated virtual keyboard that you control with the hand gestures is the way to go. The problem is, the visionOS only supports English as of version 1.1. The only other alternative is emojis, and you can't yet add another language or a 3rd party keyboard.

This is probably an artificial limitation set by Apple since the product was initially launched in the U.S. only. Still, it means that there's no native way of entering Korean text. Bluetooth keyboard follows the layout setting on the virtual keyboard, and there's no Korean language layout to switch to. In other words, it's stuck in English unless some workarounds are applied. So what are they?
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Wesley's computer: 2nd half of 2005

Not much different from the 1st half.

Screen: Cardinal 17-inch LCD
Speakers: Altec Lansing ACS40
Top of the Left Speaker: Samsung MITs-M4300 ('Sasami')
Top of the Right Speaker: KT-Branded Alarm Clock
Left: DV Video Converter, DVR-109 DVD Writer
Under the Screen: Video Selector, Keyboard-Screen-Mouse-Sound-USB Selector, Camera Dock, IEEE1394 Selector
Keyboard: IGK-3000 Mini
Mouse: Razor Diamondback
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