Apple's Newest iPhone Update Finally Fixes That Annoying Autocorrect Bug

Cesar Mills
November 10, 2017

We have covered the iOS 11.1 keyboard autocorrect issue which has been plaguing a vast number of users.

iPhone users had been experiencing a bug that changed the letter "i" to a series of unreadable symbols, including a box with a question mark in it.

Also, if you haven't been able to get Siri's attention of late by saying "Hey, Siri", well, Apple fixed that too in this update. Apple has since pushed out another iOS update to address the issue, and it also suggested a workaround for people to try.

Thankfully, the company is pushing out an update to iOS 11 today that should solve the problem. It comes a little more than a week after iOS 11.1.

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Apple has released iOS 11.1.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, primarily to fix an embarrassing autocorrect flaw. Now available in beta versions of these operating systems, it uses the Apple Pay service to let iOS users transfer payments directly through an iMessage. A virtual Apple Cash card will also be issued to you once you set up the feature to pay online or offline directly via Apple Pay.

This is a relatively small update, so it shouldn't take long for you to download it and rid yourself of these bugs.

It will send money from the bank cards linked to a user's Apple Pay account. It wasn't possible before as users had to visit via a Mac or PC, but in an updated support document, Apple details how it's now possible on iOS. Go to settings, then General, then Software Update, and tap Download and Install.

There are a lot of other changes that are worth noting.

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