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Saturday, November 11, 2017

IOS 11.1.1 software update released by Apple to fix the autocorrect problem

  MyNetworkPlans       Saturday, November 11, 2017
The new update mentions two updates as part of the change log. The first is the problem of automatic correction with the keyboard and the second problem is when the "Hey Siri" command stops working.

As previously reported, the company was working to publish updates this week to address the problem of automatic fixes, where some users could not character type 's'. iOS should inform users about the next update. However, if your iPhone does not tell you to update your device, you can change the settings and go to the software updates to manually check the update.

According to a 9to5Mac report, Apple has already updated its iOS 11.2 beta for developers and public beta testers with an update to the problem of self-correction. This comes after the company has proposed a temporary solution to the problem of text replacement.

You can change to Settings> General> Keyboard> Text Replacement. In the search bar, the user must enter a capital letter "I", while in the "shortcuts" in "sentences" the lower case letter "i" can be added. It is a complicated solution, so you can update it.
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