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What's wrong with the 'i' in iPhone?

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

It's only been a couple of weeks since Apple released its latest operating system iOS 11, and there's already a minor bug that's pretty funny when you consider we're talking about the "i" in iPhone. 

Last week Apple added a patch to make it iOS 11.1. Somewhere in that process they developed a bug.

When users are typing a lower case "i" it's being replaced with either a "?" in a box or a capital "A". 

Apple has yet to put out another patch to fix the problem instead is giving out instructions to do a text replacement, meaning physically reprogramming your phone to do the correct "i". 

Here are Apple's instructions:


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