Apple is finally releasing a patch for that annoying iOS keyboard bug

Apple is finally releasing a patch for that annoying iOS keyboard bug

Apple is finally releasing a patch for that annoying iOS keyboard bug

The autocorrect bug that switched the letter "i" to "A" and a question mark is getting a fix with the release of iOS 11.1.1. This comes right after the iOS 11.1 update that added a ton of features and new iOS 11.1 Emojis. Other minor bugs are being addressed as well, according to MacRumors. Simply open the Settings app on your iOS device then tap on General and then Software Update.

Sources within Apple told Apple Insider that there have been "assorted Global Positioning System fixes" included in iOS 11.1 and beta releases of iOS 11.2.

If your iPhone has been autocorrecting the letter "i" to "A [?]", praise be because Apple just fixed that bug.

Once users updated the public beta of iOS 11.2, they will see an Apple Pay button in the apps section of Messages that allows you to initiate a payment.

The new update also fixed an issue where "Hey Siri" - which alerts Apple's voice assistant - stopped working.

The new Apple Pay improvements are also expected in the upcoming Apple Watch update watchOS 4.2.


This workaround is no longer necessary if you update to iOS 11.1.1.

Tap Download and Install. If the bug has been affecting you, go grab iOS 11.1.1 to rid yourself of the issue.

Still dealing with that annoying autocorrect bug on your iPhone?

For now, the service is available for United States customers only with iOS devices on 11.2 or later.

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