Published On: Thu, Nov 9th, 2017

Apple only pushed an iOS refurbish to repair that ‘I’ autocorrect bug

Over a final few days, many iOS users have gifted a same rare bug: a minute “i” was autocorrecting to… something else. Sometimes it was an exclamation mark. Sometimes it was “A.” Sometimes it was a doubt symbol in a box.

A repair was pronounced to be only around a corner, and certain enough: Apple has only sent out a patch that fixes that rando-replacement once and for all. iOS 11.1.1 is now available, with this repair noted as a flagship feature.

Apple fast put adult a support page with a proxy repair for those who went looking for answers — though as you’ve substantially still seen about a zillion tweets and Facebook posts with wandering ⍰ in a days since, it would seem many people didn’t. This repair should be a bit some-more universal.

Need a update? Just cocktail into Settings General Software Update and let iOS do the thing.

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