Have you noticed that really annoying autocorrect on your iPhone that happens when you type an "i" and it gets replaced with an A followed by a question mark? I noticed it a couple of days ago, shortly after I downloaded Apple's latest IOS update. Well, apparently a lot of other people noticed it, too. And, while Apple hasn't issued an official fix yet, there have been some people who've posted hacks that have shown up in the Apple Support Community.
Bustle says there are a few potential options to help fix the issue, including a few users that suggest turning off the Predictive Text feature.
According to Apple Support, go to Settings, General, Keyboard, and finally Text Replacement. Next, select the + in the upper right-hand corner, then type a lowercase "i" into the "phrase" line and an uppercase "I" into the "shortcut" line and tap "save." If it doesn't work the first time, you may have to go through the process again.
Tapping the letter 'i' on an updated iPhone can lead to trouble—while Apple readies its patch, here’s the workaround https://t.co/Za4qtiQDj0
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) November 6, 2017