Seldom used 'i' mangled by baffling autocorrect bug in Apple's iOS 11

Isaac Cain
November 8, 2017

The bad news surrounding iOS 11 just won't stop coming, with the latest one about an iOS 11.1 bug involving the predictive keyboard feature. Apps that use auto-renewable subscription pricing will soon be able to offer special introductory pricing for new customers. Public beta testers were seeded with a second beta of iOS 11.2 this morning.

Choose the keyboard override app you want to use and then install it on your system.

Although Apple hasn't officially updated the software to correct the issue, it suggested on its website a way for users to fix it themselves.

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Once it's all ready, confirm with Face ID, Touch ID, or your passcode. Money received will apparently be available immediately or transferred into a bank account with a short waiting period. Apparently all you need to do is open the Messages app used for SMS texts, and you'll find a button for Apple Pay when you click on the Apps button next to the space where you write your messages. The first time that you use Apple Pay Cash, you have seven days to accept the money sent your way.

Venmo, Square Cash and PayPal all have options to instantly send cash to others directly. Apple is preparing to release Apple Cash, a variation of their well-known Apple Pay. No fees apply for debit cards, but you'll have to pay an "industry standard" fee for credit cards.

Apple has not responded to a request for comment. For those who are, Apple has provided a temporary workaround until a software patch can be issued.

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