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Apple has released another "sub-point" update to iOS 11, with iOS 11.1.1 addressing the "i" bug that caused the letter to be autocorrected to "A" and a question mark.
Apple claims that the update fixes an issue with keyboard auto-correct, and also solves an issue where "Hey Siri" stopped working. Following installation, one AppleInsider device experiencing the "i" autocorrect bug had no issues — and all instances of it in past messages were eradicated.
The latest update is available through the traditional update method in the Software Update settings option. It is a 44.6MB download on an iPhone 7 Plus.
Apple's iOS 11 features includes ARKit, a revamped Control Center with deep 3D Touch support, Do Not Disturb When Driving, a new look for the App Store, a new voice for Siri, and more. It saw three "sub-point" updates before the iOS 11.1 update.
The iOS 11.1 update implemented a fix for the KRACK wi-fi, repaired an assortment of accessibility options, added more emoji, and rectified some issues with Photos.