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Apple releases iOS 11.1.1 to fix autocorrect bug

The software release also fixes the “Hey Siri” bug that many had encountered.
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Apple has released the newest version of iOS, which also fixed the much talked about autocorrect bug in the operating system. The company has started rolling out iOS 11.1.1 to iPhones, which fixes the issue. The bug would automatically change the letter “I” to “a[?]”, though it wasn’t affecting all users.

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Further, Apple had earlier said that there would users could use Text Replacement as a temporary fix for the bug. That allowed users to type the letter “I” again, though the new update will just fix the bug once and for all.

Apple made some drastic changes to iOS with the newest update. While most of those changes did not make sense to users at first, but they have become clearer with the launch of the iPhone X.

With iOS 11.1.1, Apple is also bringing an issue found with “Hey Siri” voice support on various devices. It seems some devices were not recognising the voice command.

Apple made some drastic changes to iOS with the newest update. While most of those changes did not make sense to users at first, but they have become clearer with the launch of the iPhone X. The company has also received accolades for the new device, which it says is the biggest change to the iPhone ever.