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IOS 11.2 Beta 2 vs iOS 11.1

08 November 2017, 12:56 | Harold Aguilar

Apple iPhone users experiencing glitch while using letter "I"

If you type the letter ā€œiā€ and it autocorrects to an ā€œAā€ with a symbol - Apple Support

It's not a flawless fix, but it should do fine till Apple rolls out a permanent solution.

As we can see from the video the new iOS 11.2 beta boots up faster than the current release of iOS on the iPhone 5S, it also appears to be faster within the apps. The service, which is still in beta, also will work with the Apple Watch.

Apple on Saturday published a support page that includes a three-step guide as a workaround for the autocorrect bug.

Beginning today, iPhone users will be able to send and receive cash payments via iMessage once both you and your sending/receiving phone contact install the latest iOS Beta to your phone. "For Shortcut, type a lower-case 'i'".


Users of Apple's newest software upgrade are encountering an annoying glitch when they type a lowercase letter "i".

Go to Settings General Keyboard Text Replacement. Apple isn't saying, but there are some technical theories.

So what is the cause of the problem? Instead of auto-correcting to a capital, it's instead replaced with the letter "A" and a unicode symbol. Some of which include 70 new emojis introduced (including clothing options such as headscarf, insane face, gender-neutral characters, smiley faces and fun creatures like genies and vampires), 3D Touch App Switcher gesture and a reachability dock overlap issue. Although you may enjoy the awesome new emojis that came with iOS 11.1, you may have noticed a bug when texting or writing photo captions: the letter "i" button isn't working right. Posts such as "iOS 11.1 freaking sucks, it really kills battery life".

Going out on a Friday night with your friends usually comes with a couple guarantees: there will be drinks and at least one of you will forget to bring cash. This bug affected the phone's lightning Earpods and poor network signal.



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