The letter "i" is bringing frustration to some iPhone users.
Chances are if you updated your iPhone or iPad to Apple's latest operating system, whenever you type the letter "i" it autocorrects it to the letter "a" with a symbol next to it.
The firm rolled out Apple Pay Cash today for those enrolled in its public beta program, and it's set to arrive to all USA customers once iOS 11.2 and watchOS 4.2 become available. Apple says the money that you send or is sent to you will land instantly. Below are some suggestions from Apple-as well as the internet!-on how to fix the issue. It's a glitch in the iOS 11 update.
Apple's iOS 11.1 is experiencing difficulties in expressing the letter "i". It appears to be happening to people with new iPhones using 11.1 IOS software.
Are you getting a odd symbol when you try to type the letter "I" on your iPhone?
The technical glitch comes at a bad time for Apple.
An autocorrect Text Replacement feature has since been released by the company with a set of steps were expected to be followed.
Apple version iOS 11.1 hit the stores in October replacing the previous version iOS 11.0.1.
The reason behind the bug is unclear, and while a significant portion of iOS 11.1 users are experiencing the problem, not everyone is seeing it.
According to MacRumors, Apple support staff offered a temporary workaround using the iOS text replacement settings to replace all uses of a capital I with a lowercase i.
Apple Pay Cash is integrated into the Messages app, meaning you can send and receive money as you would a text message.
It's not uncommon for new software to have bugs.