Just a few weeks after Apple fixed a weired issue in its iOS 11 operating system that resulted in 'i' being replaced by 'A[?]' while typing text, another auto-correction issue has been uncovered.
This time users complain that they aren't able to successfully type common words like 'it' and 'is', as iOS auto-correction forces them to be replaced by 'I.T' and 'I.S', respectively.
Why has Apple been auto correcting it to I.T ??? Like it is a common word used in most sentences I look like a moron texting people now pic.twitter.com/4lW8QAU9ea Sean James (@Sean_w_924) November 1, 2017
Steps like device rebooting and other basic troubleshooting doesn't help. Some users say entering 'it' and 'is' as both phrase and replacement in Text Replacement (Settings > General > Keyboard) works for them, but others say that still doesn't fix the problem.
The only way out currently is to turn off the auto-correction feature altogether, which we agree is less than ideal. Apple hasn't said anything about this new problem yet.
lol .... just hope it does not randomly skip the red lights.
Leave the poor ol' Pixel 2 owners alone, they have enough problems of their own. Seems like another week, another problem for them. I bet when the Google driverless car goes into production Google will forget to put any doors on it.
Another reason to laugh your day out - https://www.androidauthority.com/google-pixel-2-xl-random-reboots-lte-bug-fix-818164/