Apple users finally breathe easy who keep seeing “A?” instead of “i”. On Thursday, Apple (AAPL, Tech30) released an iOS update to fixes iPhone autocorrect issue. Some people experienced where a lower-case letter “i” automatically corrected to an “A” and a question mark symbol.
The issue seemed to impact iPhone recent mobile software, iOS 11.1. The new software launched last week and includes hundreds+ of new emoji options and fixes iPhone autocorrect.
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Not only done the bug frustrate many people. Some complained on social media that Apple was taking too long to fix the issue.
A Twitter user said that “iPhone has face recognition but still hasn’t fixed the letter glitch,” Apple suggested a workaround, before releasing the update. Users can select the Keyboard settings and add a text replacement to circumvent the issue.
“For Phrase type an upper-case ‘I”, Apple said on its website. Type a lower-case ‘i’ for Shortcut.
The new update also fixed an issue where “Hey Siri” which alerts Apple’s voice assistant stopped working.
iPhone iOS 11version had a problem with the calculator app and miscalculated the result of 1+2+3. It’s not unusual for new software to have bugs.
To install the update, go to: Settings > General > Software Update.
Meanwhile, Apple has also promised to release another update for the iPhone X after complaints about the flagship handset’s screen becoming temporarily unresponsive in cold weather.