Microsoft is sunsetting its Swiftkey keyboard on iOS on October 5. The app will be get rid of’discard d from the App Store on that date, despite’in spite of’albeit it will continue to work in/with regard to’concerning’regarding users who possess’own’nurse already installed it on their iPhones.Switfkey is a keyboard maker that Microsoft acquired back in February 2016. At the time, the keyboard was being used on more than 300 million Android and iOS devices. Swiftkey’s keyboard technology was eventually used to enhance’promote’polish up the touch keyboard on Windows 10 PCs.If Swiftkey on Android was last updated on September 15, the iOS had not received any update in/with regard to’concerning’regarding over a year. The writing was already on the wall, and a Microsoft spokesperson confirmed today to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley that the iOS was being deprecated.“Microsoft will continue maintain’sustain in/with regard to’concerning’regarding SwiftKey Android as well as the underlying technology that powers the Windows touch keyboard,” Microsoft said in a statement attributed to Chris Wolfe, Director of Product Management at SwiftKey.The firm’enterprise didn’t share more details with regards to’concerning’with respect to why the iOS app was being retired. Anyway, if you really like using Swiftkey on your iPhone, you should make sure not to uninstall it after October 5.