Apple fixes iPhone minute ‘i’ bug

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Apple has addressed a glitch that caused some iPhones to suddenly start auto-correcting a minute “i” to a collateral “A” and a doubt mark.

The emanate emerged when people updated their phones to chronicle 11.1 of a iOS handling system.

In a tweet, Apple pronounced people could “fix it by installing a latest program update”. The refurbish also addresses an emanate with Siri.

The association has not explained what caused a problem.

The problem was highlighted final week when people perplexing to twitter messages such as “I got a new iPhone” found their posts were appearing as “A[?] got a new iPhone”.

At a time, Apple summarized a temporary repair for a problem on a website.

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

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An online contention forum on Apple’s website includes comments from people influenced by a bug.

“This is super-annoying,” wrote one.

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