The annoying iPhone keyboard bug that turned the letter “i” into the letter “a” and a strange symbol is finally dead.
Apple released iOS 11.1.1 to the public this afternoon bringing a number of critical fixes to the iPhone and iPad, including the highly coveted ability to finally type the word “iPhone” like a normal person.
You can download the iOS 11.1.1 update now by opening the Settings app on your iPhone and then going to General >> Software Update. Release notes for the new build only mention the autocorrect bug fix and that it resolves an issue where Hey Siri stops working.
iPhone users were offered a temporary fix for the autocorrect bug by Apple before the release of iOS 11.1.1. The company simply suggested affected users set up a manual text replacement but that didn’t stop the bug from becoming the butt of tons of jokes on Twitter.
Until Apple fixes this phone issue Me guess Me will talk like this. ♂️
— Jay-D⚡ (@_ItsJust_JORDAN) November 4, 2017