As promised, Apple released iOS 11.1.1 to its users to fix the “i” auto correct bug and address a few minor issues.
An annoying bug caused the letter “i” to change into the letter “A” and a symbol whenever users were typing on the keyboard. Apple suggested for users to try a quick fix until the company could roll out an update to properly fix the issue. Apple kept its word and has rolled out iOS 11.1.1 which will address the letter “i” auto correct bug and the issue where Hey Siri stops working.
Hey @Apple I’d like to type the singular letter “eye” without the letter A and this god forsaken question mark in a box replacing it
— Kirbie (@kirbiejohnson) November 3, 2017
Listen @Apple, I’m about 4 more “I’s” turning into “A ?’s” away from getting a Pixel
— Fil Flair Drip (@fillycheese_) November 3, 2017
If you’re interested in upgrading to iOS 11.1.1, you can do so by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Of course, you will need an iPhone 5S or newer in order to run the new operating system.
Apple is expected to release its big iOS 11.2 update in another two or four weeks which will feature the highly anticipated Apple Pay Cash.