I thought that was weird, but then I saw a tweet where someone clearly tried to type "I", and it instead showed the "A" operator and then the question mark character.
A QUIRKY bug in Apple's latest operating system has left customers pulling their hair out.
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Open Settings. Navigate to General - Keyboard Text Replacement.
For Phrase, users are told to type an upper-case "I", and for shortcut they type a lower-case "i".
A unusual bug affecting some devices running iOS 11.1 prevents people from typing the letter "i". But if I copy and paste that text, it pastes out correctly, reverting the A and the icon into the capital I.
In our testing, the "i" changes as you're typing in the body of your text or email. In the meantime, Apple has issued a temporary workaround that you can enable in settings. "I think they need to release 11.0.4 sooner than later", said @akoczur_.More news: HTC U11+ is Official, looks absolutely incredible with bezel-less display
The new software launched last Tuesday and features hundreds of new emoji.
Following those steps will not fix the issue, but will rather create a text replacement for the letter "i". The switch has impacted users on iOS 10 and 11.
Apple is yet to respond to MailOnline's request for comment. For anyone purchasing an $1,000 iPhone X in the next few weeks: You might not be able to type or calculate things, but at least you can open it with your face.More news: Which one should you buy: HTC U11 Life vs Moto X4