According to several reports, Apple’s autocorrect feature isn't working properly in iOS 11.1. When you type the letter “i” autocorrect replaces it with the uppercase letter “A” and a question mark symbol. Though the issue isn't universal, it’s said to be affecting many users. Luckily, Apple has already noticed the problem and provided a temporary workaround to fix the autocorrect issue in iOS 11.1 on iPhone and iPad.
The best thing about this solution is that you can use it to resolve any autocorrect issue on your iOS device. Besides, if you wrongly type any letter and want the software keyboard to replace it with a certain letter automatically, text replacement would be a good solution to it.
How to Fix Autocorrect Issue in iOS 11
Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device.
From now onwards, whenever you type “i” and hit space, it will automatically correct itself to “I.”
So, until Apple completely resolves the issue related to auto-correction, use this workaround to avoid it. Have any feedback? Shoot it in the comments below.
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