iOS 11.1.1 update now available, includes ‘i’ autocorrect fix


A little more than a week after releasing iOS 11.1, Apple has followed it up with another software update.

iOS 11.1.1 is now available for the iPhone and iPad, and it focuses on fixing two specific bugs. First is the autocorrect bug that’s causing some devices to replace “i” with “A[?]”, and second is a bug that makes the “Hey Siri” hotword stop working.

This is a relatively small update, so it shouldn’t take long for you to download it and rid yourself of these bugs. Go into Settings > General > Software Update on your iPhone or iPad to begin the update process.

The letter “i” is a pretty common thing for people to type, so it’s easy to see how this autocorrect bug could get pretty annoying pretty fast. If the bug has been affecting you, go grab iOS 11.1.1 to rid yourself of the issue.


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  • Sharti24

    Geez ios updates a lot. I wish they would just be called “ios” theres no need to update it every year because youre gonna have bugs with every new major update. Seems like they’ve been rushing these updates lately

  • mikeZo6

    Yea these iOS rushed update DID NOT happen under correct leadership STEVE JOBS

    • Andrew

      Been using it since iPhone OS 1.1.2 and I officially call bullshit on that comment. Lots of garbage updates under Job’s leadership. Also, you’ve obviously forgotten about Mobile Me.

  • superg05

    what happened to it just works?