Apple software update fixes iOS 11.1 autocorrect bug

Apple software update fixes iOS 11.1 autocorrect bug

Apple released an iOS update on Thursday that fixed an infamous keyboard auto-correct issue.

Why all of a sudden does the autocorrect change the letter I to some A with a 3 line symbol?

That has now changed with the launch of Apple Pay Cash in public beta on iOS 11.2 beta 2.

iOS 11.1.1 includes bug fixes for your iPhone or iPad.

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A bug in Apple's iOS 11.1 software prevented some users from typing the letter "i". The bug seemed to spread to more users from the initial small number affected, but Apple, until now, has only offered frustrated iPhone users directions to set up a text replacement shortcut as a temporary fix. You'll want to have the latest version of iOS 11.1.1 installed. Once you do that, let the update download and when it does, follow the instructions provided on the screen to install it.

To download the update, head on over to the Settings app, tap General, then Software Update.

The new iOS 11.1.1 update promises to fix that glitch, as well as resolve an issued that caused "Hey Siri" to stop working. The issue did not affect everyone, but many people reported the problem on social media. There's also the fact that some of iOS 11's best new features were iPad-only. Share your views with us in the comments.

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