iPhone users fume over minute ‘i’ bug

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The latest indication of a iPhone was expelled this weekend

Some iPhone users have been left undone after an refurbish to a iOS handling complement started inexplicably auto-correcting a minute “i” to a collateral “a” and a doubt mark.

The influenced chronicle of iOS, 11.1, is accessible on iPhones and iPads.

“I have a $1,150 [£877] write that can’t review a minute ‘i’,” wrote Mike Murphy, a record contributor for news website Quartz, on Twitter.

Apple has described a temporary repair for a problem on a website.

The repair involves modifying a keyboard settings in iOS so that a right character, possibly an top or reduce box “i”, is used.

Apple has pronounced a emanate will be bound in a destiny program update.

Not all iOS 11.1 users have been affected, yet there are copiousness of comments online from those who contend they have gifted a problem.

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An online contention forum on Apple’s website includes comments from victims of a bug.

“This is super-annoying,” wrote one.

The BBC has contacted Apple for comment.