Some iPhones don't like the letter i

A bug in the latest version of iOS is causing some iPhone devices to translate the lowercase i as a capital A and a question mark symbol. (CNN)

An iPhone glitch is causing typos and frustration.

Some users say when they type a lower case "i," the phone's autocorrect feature changes it to an uppercase "A" and a symbol with a question mark.

The bug appears to be plaguing iPhones with the new iOS 11.1 software.

Apple said in an online post Monday that a future update should fix the error.

The company also published the following temporary fix on the Apple website.

  1. Go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Text Replacement.
  2. Tap the plus sign.
  3. For Phrase, type an uppercase "I". For Shortcut, type a lowercase "i."
  4. Tap save.

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