Published On: Wed, Aug 19th, 2015

Is It Just Me Or Has Autocorrect Gotten Worse Lately?


We’ve all had it happen. You’re typing divided on your iPhone when autocorrect shifts a whole tone of your chat.

“Ducks” turn “dicks” or “f**ks” turn “ducks”. Blonde girls go blind, and suddenly even a simplest summary about groceries or a cake sequence becomes a fear story.

We joke, though in a age of texting (let alone sexting), any change to a algorithmical spelling reserve net can be disastrous.

That’s because it’s at slightest value indicating out that — during slightest anecdotally — something seems to be going on with autocorrect on Apple’s inclination these days.

Apple’s scandalous spelling apparatus has been some-more assertive at “ducking” with my messages on both iOS and OS X lately. And I’m not a usually one here during TC who’s run afoul of Apple’s autocorrect app.

This is anecdotal, of course, though scarcely all of us are seeing that a routinely rather useful messenger has been a bit some-more assured about mis-interpreting a word choice lately. Anyone else carrying some-more problems than common removing a right difference out?

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