Another software update, another round of really weird behavior from your iPhone.
This time, it’s autocorrect replacing lowercase “i” with an A, possibly with other garbled text or a question mark in a box.
Apple says they’re aware of the problem, which will be corrected in a future update. In the meantime, you can create an exception in your phone’s text correction to fix the issue.
- Go to the Settings icon, then select General > Keyboard > Text Replacement
- Tap “+” to create a new exception
- In the Phrase box, type an upper-case “I”. In the Shortcut box, type a lower-case “i”.