User @Miss_Courtneyyy tweeted: 'my iphone is being glitchy so whenever i type the letter "i" it turns into this "i".so i'm probs going to start talking in 3rd person'. "The unicode character either appears as an unidentified "[?]" next to the letter "A", or as five horizontal bars stacked on top of each other, depending on the app that's being used. The issue started showing up last week after Apple pushed out its iOS 11.1 update, which added new emoji and a fix to the risky vulnerability found in the protocol of all modern Wi-Fi networks.
Apple has since described a workaround for the issue using its text replacement feature. Just go to the Settings menu on your iOS device, then tap General, and tap Keyboard. Apple plans to fix the problem in a future software update. You could also turn off predictive text and/or autocorrect and be forced to proofread again.
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Have you experienced the weird iOS 11.1 bug on your iPhone?
If you're experiencing this glitch, you can do Apple's suggestion to manually fix the auto correct or download a third-party keyboard like Google's Gboard or Swype. Which, judging by the fact that "I" is a relatively important letter in the English language, will probably be sooner than later.
The BBC has contacted Apple for comment. In 2011, the time on many iPhone changed, but in the wrong direction.
The new software launched last Tuesday.