Apple finally fixes "i" autocorrect issue


Apple recently rolled out a software update to iOS 11 in order to deliver new emoji characters and a fix for the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability, but it appeared to have broken something in the process.

Thankfully, the company is pushing out an update to iOS 11 today that should solve the problem.

Not only did the bug frustrate many people, some complained on social media that Apple was taking too long to fix the issue.

Apple released iOS 11.1.1 on Thursday, with a bug fix for the autocorrect bug where an "i" is turned into an "A" with an accompnying symbol.

The release comes a couple of days after it emerged Apple Pay Cash will arrive in iOS 11.2. If you are still on iOS 10, you also get all of the new iOS 11 features with this upgrade.

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If you're up for it, you can download the iOS 11.1.1 update for free on all eligible devices via the OTA mechanism.

The feature is now available to developers and members of the public using the latest iOS 11.2 beta.

You can update your iPhone to iOS 11.1.1 by going to Settings General Software Update.

When you receive money it will automatically be stored on your Apple Pay Cash card. 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.

As TechCrunch notes, users will need to use two-factor authentication with the Apple ID used with Apple Pay Cash.