WILX A glitch with Apple's latest mobile software is causing typos and frustration.
Some users have complained that when they type a lower case 'i', the iPhone's autocorrect feature changes the letter to an uppercase 'A' with a symbol.
The new iOS 11.1 software update launched last week and features hundreds of new emojis.
The company set up a dedicated APPLE SUPPORT PAGE for the issue, for a way for users to fix it themselves.
"Here's what you can do to work around the issue until it's fixed in a future software update," Apple said.
Go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Text Replacement. From there tap the + in the top right hand corner.
For the Phrase, type an upper-case 'I' and for the Shortcut type a lower-case 'i'. According to Apple, that should do the trick.
Apple says you could also turn off predictive text and/or autocorrect until it releases an update for iOS 11.1.