Are you hav#ng trouble read#ng th#s sentence? We aren’t say#ing that you’re Dslex#ac nor we have any #ntended hidden message for you to dec#pher #t. Okay, we know #t’s #rr#tat#ng you to the core but th#nk of the pl#ght of the #phone users who are compelled to wr#te l#ke th#s. Yes, you read that r#ght.
In the latest update of the Apple’s iPhone, the letter “I” had taken a backseat and sent his long lost friend “#” to replace it. And that’s the reason why our writer had written in such a format to show you the plight of the iPhone users these days.
The strange behaviour has caused consternation and confusion all around the world and the irony that letter “i” is rather symbolic to the company’s line of product as all of their product starts with the letter “i” like iPhone, iPad, iMac and iOS11.
People are fumed over the glitch that Apple has yet to fix it. Basically when you type the letter “I” it comes out like this:
Or like this:
People online are fumed over the glitch and has been tweeting out reactions and pretty much their version of #FirstWorldProblems
Me: how do I fix that glitch with the question mark.
Apple: I # !? Can't #!? Understand #? Your #!? Accent
— Goth Cowboy (@xstarxfox) November 5, 2017
— Channy 🇧🇸 (@_caramelcakez) November 5, 2017
— Hollywood Squirrel🐿 (@williamdober) November 5, 2017
On a positive note, the Apple I glitch is forcing us to spend way less time talking about ourselves.
— Haley Freeland (@hayfreeland) November 6, 2017
Hey @Apple, I’m not really a fan of this little “glitch” that’s going on when I try to use the letter “i” (I️) 😡
— Christina DuPree (@YouMe_andDuPree) November 5, 2017
The apple I glitch is just a way to get you update in the future & break ur phone so u can buy a new one stay woke
— anemia earhart (@MightBeLeslie) November 6, 2017
Hey @Apple I’m not going to buy the new iPhone so can you stop making my phone glitch out on me? K thanks! 🙄🙃
— Dakota Dimmadome (@Dakota_Kohler5) November 6, 2017
In case, if you are in the list of those people who are facing the Apple’s wrath, here’s a quick fix-up for the same. However, we can’t completely assure how accurate is the fix, but as reported, it works. Here’s what you should do.
1. Go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Text Replacement.
2. Tap +.
3. For Phrase, type an upper-case “I”. For Shortcut, type a lower-case “i.”
Hope it works for you all.