Apple to bring a fix to the freezing iPhone X screen

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Apple is rolling out a software update that fixes an autocorrect glitch affecting iPhones and iPads that changes the letter "i" to the letter "A" and a symbol. Low or high temperatures may alter the behavior of iOS device, and using them in "very cold conditions" can temporarily shorten the battery life or cause the device to turn off. Users on reddit have reported issues with the iPhone X becoming unresponsive when transitioning from a warm environment to a cold environment (e.g, going outside in November). One of the responses surmised the issue lies in software, adding that locking and unlocking the screen seems to do the trick when it happens.

Check out this video from Everything Apple Pro for more details on the iOS 11.1.1 release. "It's very noticeable. Is anyone else having this problem?" the user had said.

If your iPhone has been autocorrecting the letter "i" to "A [?]", praise be because Apple just fixed that bug. All we know is some iPhone X units become unresponsive seconds after changing ambient temperature, which is unacceptable given that winter is coming. The problem, however, is not very common, and very few users have so far have identical issues which may mean that iPhone X units in very cold condition may be facing this issue. "I try swiping on websites and it doesn't register my finger", wrote the original poster.

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This time, the company is promising the solution to the problem lies in the software and will be sent to customers seamlessly via a software update.

IOS 11.1.1 has just been released, and it comes with a small but important update - a fix for the unusual autocorrect bug in iOS 11.1 that has been automatically changing the letter "I" to "A [?]" for some users.