iOS 11 users are experiencing a weird bug with their iPhones. iPhones or iPads on the newly minted iOS 11 software update are encountering issues that autocorrect the letter i to an A with a weird looking symbol beside it.
Luckily, a permanent patch is now available with the latest version of the software, iOS 11.1.1.
Users can also use their Apple Watch to send money, much like they would a normal message, and if you are feeling particularly lazy, a "Hey Siri" request will work as well. Were you affected by the issue? While the glitch was annoying, it also sparked jokes on Twitter.
If your iPhone has been autocorrecting the letter "i" to "A [?]", praise be because Apple just fixed that bug. Consider your outrage heard, given that Apple could have waited to fix until the forthcoming 11.2 update; Reportedly, some Global Positioning System issues with the iPhone 8 and iPhone X are fixed in the 11.2 beta. This comes right after the iOS 11.1 update that added a ton of features and new iOS 11.1 Emojis. The feature allows users to access the app switcher by pressing on the left edge of the display.
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Not only did the bug frustrate many people, some complained on social media that Apple was taking too long to fix the issue. However, the bug was too irritating, causing Apple to release iOS 11.1.1.
After months of anticipation, Apple Pay Cash has finally been launched in the USA as a beta version. Developers in the USA reportedly saw the the Apple Pay Cash option appear in the Messages app on the iOS 11.2 beta this week. The new features also allow iMessage to detect when someone tells the user money is owed during a conversation.
Interestingly, AppleInsider reports that following installation, the update replaces all previous instances of the flaw with the correct character. In other words, iOS is arguably a more profitable marketplace for app developers.