Apple Release iOS 11.1.1 And Fix Bug letter "i"

iOS 11
Apple launched an update for iOS 11 to resolve bugs that prevent users from typing the letter "i". A few days ago, a bug was found that made the letter "i" the user typed in iMessage into "A" and the unicode symbol.

The iPhone maker has just launched iOS 11.1.1 to resolve the issue caused by the bug. You can download the update by going to Settings menu on your iPhone and iPad, then click General and go to the "software update" section.

iOS 11 launched in September, along with the release of iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. As of November 6th, 52 percent of iPhones and iPads have been using iOS 11, according to developer pages from Apple.

iOS 11.1, which was launched on October 31, added a new emoji as well as a security update. However, not long afterwards, iPhone users are aware of the autocorrect bug. Interestingly some brands, such as Reebok, decided to tease Apple about this.

In addition to fixing autocorrect bugs, through this update, Apple also resolved the issue that caused the Hey Siri feature to occasionally stop. Apple just launched this update to fix both problems. In fact, the security content on iOS 11.1.1 is the same as version 11.1.