The problem? Some users report that if they type the letter "i", it autocorrects to a letter "A" with an odd symbol after it-something that looks like a question mark within a box.
Don't miss this, because a lot of people are complaining about an Apple software glitch...maybe even you! For now, the company offered the following self-help tutorial that will let users "work around the issue until it's fixed in a future software update".
The bad news surrounding iOS 11 just won't stop coming, with the latest one about an iOS 11.1 bug involving the predictive keyboard feature.
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The technical glitch comes at a bad time for Apple.
This workaround fix should mean that the system prioritizes the manually-added user text replacement over the weird garbled mess that iOS is errantly suggesting.
Make sure that you sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID on any device that you want to use to send or receive money. Posts such as "iOS 11.1 freaking sucks, it really kills battery life". You can download a third-party keyboard app to override the Apple keyboard and type "i" freely without issue. It's worth noting that the most affected gadgets include iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models with applications such as iMessage, Twitter and Instagram experiencing the fault.