An annoying bug of iOS 11 makes it impossible to write the letter "i" - CYDIAPLUS.com

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Tuesday, 7 November 2017

An annoying bug of iOS 11 makes it impossible to write the letter "i"



Recently we have been talking about several errors of iOS 11. The mobile operating system of Apple, in addition to consuming a lot of battery, has some things that we do not like .

But, returning to the subject in question, we have seen a bug of the Calculator app in which to add 1 + 2 + 3 the result was "24". We also discovered a security bug capable of collapsing the iPhone.


And now, a new bug has been discovered in iOS 11. This time, the curious but annoying bug of Apple's mobile software prevents some users from writing the letter "i" in upper case . Something especially uncomfortable for users who write in English, since it is one of the most used letters in this language.

How does this curious bug of the "i" happen?


Some iPhone users are experiencing this bug that causes the capital letter "i" to be automatically changed to two very rare symbols: an exclamation point and a square with a question mark.


Users, frustrated by not being able to communicate with their friends and family, were reporting this serious error in social networks , especially on Twitter.

    This is a hilarious iOS 11 bug pic.twitter.com/TXFXbvgaqO
    - Mike Murphy (@mcwm) November 6, 2017

    An️ An iOS bug is causing the letter "I" to show as the letter "A" and a question mark box (it's not a missing emoji) https://t.co/NqDd8bUdV0 pic.twitter.com/G8lfpOTD6k
    - Emojipedia 📙 (@Emojipedia) November 5, 2017

    I have a $ 1,150 telephone that can not read the letter i https://t.co/HF9Qqzysh2
    - Mike Murphy (@mcwm) November 6, 2017

This error, apparently, is caused by an iOS 11.1 bug and its autocorrect software. So, if you have upgraded to that version of the mobile operating system and have experienced the error of the "i" we recommend you disable the autocorrect in the iOS keyboard settings on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

Source | Business Insider 

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