Latest iOS update fixes A[?] glitch on Apple devices
A fix at last.
Apple pushed out an update to its iOS 11 operating system Thursday that promised to fix the glitch that replaces the letter "i" with the letter "A."
The update also fixed an issue that caused the "Hey Siri" function to stop working.
The glitch frustrated users for several days.
Apple had put out instructions for a temporary fix this week.
With a fix at hand, people rejoiced.
Thank the lord Apple finally release the new iOS update to fix the keyboard glitch. Live can now return to the norm. Ha— Andy Blake (@AndyBlakePhoto) November 9, 2017
PSA...... Apple relseased a new update to fix the symbol glitch!— Ajla Medic (@AjlaMedic21) November 9, 2017
With the release of the iOS update, the Apple glitch was fixed. But looking at my phone I couldn't help but wonder: was there another Big Apple glitch I was facing? Would I have to continue to decipher mixed messages in my quest for love in New York City? pic.twitter.com/p6MQTvXqtz— RICKY (@_RickyMinaj) November 9, 2017
Aaron Aupperlee is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org, 412-336-8448 or via Twitter @tinynotebook.