1. Open System Preferences from the Applications folder
  2. Select Language and region (not keyboards!)
  3. Click on Keyboard Preferences (tab is input settings)
  4. Click on Plus (+) button
  5. In the menu, select Arabic – then press Add
  6. To switch between languages and open the virtual keyboard, select the Keyboard tab then tick Show keyboard, Emoji, & Symbol settings in the menu bar.

You will now be able to switch between your default language (e.g. English) and Arabic. You can then also open the virtual Arabic keyboard.

We also created the following video to help you.

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