Yeah it's something internal in the iPhone itself I believe ( I may be wrong ) as I just was playing with a browser that lets me render pages as different browsers, though everything else looks different slightly the WYSIWYG editor still does not open the OSK. Is this a TinyMCE thing? ,or just the way the iPhone handles it? Kind of interested to know if there is a obvious reason why because it is not very blatant to me.The iPhone has never supported the WYSIWYG editor.
Yep that's the one thing I couldn't do but who needs a text editor to do that anyways...except you can't actually type into the box can you? The issue is that mobile WebKit doesn't trigger the keyboard in a contenteditable area.