Apple users who would see “A?” rather than “I” can at long last breathe in relief.
On Thursday, Apple released a new iOS update to fix an issue a few people experienced where a lower-case letter “I” automatically amended to “An” and a question mark.
The issue appeared to affect iPhone users on its latest mobile software, iOS 11.1. The new software launched a week ago and incorporates many new emoticon alternatives.
Out of disappointment, people griped via web-based networking media that Apple was taking too long to fix the issue.
“iPhone [has] face recognition but still hasn’t fixed the letter glitch,” wrote one Twitter user.
Before coming out with the refresh, Apple proposed a workaround. Users could choose the Keyboard settings and add a content substitution to go around the issue.
“For Phrase, type an upper-case ‘I,'” Apple said on its website. “For Shortcut, type a lower-case ‘i.'”
The new refresh additionally fixed an issue where “Hey Siri” – which wakes up Apple’s voice assistant quit working.