This document will be updated as more information becomes available.
Not surprisingly, the bug is frustrating many Apple users.
Apple has acknowledged the bug and they are reportedly working on an update to fix the error. This involves going to the Settings menu, tapping General, then Keyboard, before hitting "Text Replacement".
A unusual bug affecting some devices running iOS 11.1 prevents people from typing the letter "i".
If the users don't take action to remedy it, the incorrect characters will appear within text.
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According to MacRumors, Apple Support staff proposes a temporary workaround, which involves the "Text Replacement" setting. Apple has acknowledged the feature saying that it's affecting anyone with a device that's running iOS 11.1.
Have you experienced the weird iOS 11.1 bug on your iPhone? You could also turn off predictive text and/or autocorrect and be forced to proofread again.
But if you are struggling to type the letter "i", follow these steps.
"I have a $1150 [$A1495] telephone that can't read the letter "i", he wrote on Twitter, clearly seeing the amusing side of things. You need to create a text replacement that automatically changes a lone lowercase "i" to a capital, effectively overriding the bug.
Apple is yet to respond to MailOnline's request for comment.
For Phrase, type "I".