On Thursday, Apple officially released a software update that fixes the frustrating “i” typo glitch on iPhone.
The glitch would reportedly occur when users tried typing the letter “I” on the keyboard. The software would automatically change the letter “I” to a weird “A [?]” string.
Apple has finally released a software update to address the issue. The tech giant recommends that users are connected to a WiFi network while downloading the update.
To get the new free update and fix this issue, simply go to your iPhone’s settings application.
Once you’re in Settings, follow these steps:
- Scroll down and go to the “General” menu
- Tap “Software Update”
- You should see a new update, iOS 11.1.1 at the time of this posting
- If you do not see the update, you may already have the latest software update or your iPhone may be too old to support it.
To see if your iPhone already has the latest version installed, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings app on phone
- Go to General
- Go to About
- See what the “Version” number is. The latest is 11.1.1
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