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iOS 11.1.1 Puts the “i” Back in iOS

Apple has released a tiny iOS 11.1.1 update that addresses just two issues: the bizarre bug that autocorrected the letter “i” to the letter “A” followed by a question mark in a box (see “Me, Myself, and A⍰,” 7 November 2017), and a bug that would make Hey Siri stop working.


Unfortunately, it does nothing to fix the calculator input lag we noted in “iOS 11 Calculator Lags Cause Errors” (9 November 2017).

The update, which is 54 MB for the iPhone X, can be obtained either in Settings > General > Software Update or via iTunes.

 

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You're behind the times. iOS 11.2 just came out. :-)
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Adam Engst  An apple icon for a TidBITS Staffer 2017-12-05 10:41
No, we’re not. :-) This was from November 9th, and we covered iOS 11.2 on December 2nd.
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