Apple has fixed that annoying 'i' glitch in iOS 11.1

Settings on Apples new iPhones

One of the changes in the software is a fix for an annoying autocorrect bug that had been plaguing iOS users with iOS 11.1. Other minor bugs are being addressed as well, according to MacRumors. Go into Settings General Software Update on your iPhone or iPad to begin the update process. You'll want to have the latest version of iOS 11.1.1 installed. The patch fixes a problem that prevented some users from typing the letter "i".

Apple users who keep seeing "A?" instead of "i" can finally breathe easy.

An update to Apple Pay that lets users send money to one another through iMessage will not be available to United Kingdom residents. Yet.

If you're in the United States, you just need to set up Apple Pay on your iOS 11.2 or watchOS 4.2 beta running device to get started with Apple Pay Cash.

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Are there examples of the autocorrect bug?

Apple Pay Cash is available on iOS 11.2, now available as a public beta 2 for developers and testers. For instance, the customizable Control Center, a more natural Siri voice, App Store was also redesigned along with new formats for photos and videos, HEVC and HEIF to save storage space while retaining quality. It is also worth noting that while debit card transfers using Apple Pay Cash are free, transfers using credit card charges a nominal fee of three percent. What are your thoughts on Apple releasing the new iOS 11.1.1 update for users affected with keyboard autocorrect issue?

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