OSXDaily has been a lifesaver lately. I’ve been annoyed at my Logitech Slim Folio Pro keyboard, because the rigid rubber bumpers on the corner make it difficult to take a screenshot using the buttons. Then came this article saying you can take screenshots with a keyboard shortcut, something I should’ve known because it’s the same shortcut on the Mac. Oh well.
Then last night, I was annoyed with yet another typo in an article. I blame them entirely on iOS’s aggressive autocorrection, because the iPad Pro is my daily work machine now. Literally a couple hours later, the website published a tip saying you can turn off autocorrect for hardware keyboards.
This is because the iPad has separate settings for the software keyboard onscreen, and a hardware keyboard if one is connected to the iPad…
If I type that I want to make a “peanut butter and Kelly sandwich” the software should know that I meant jelly.
Is the iOS 11.1.2 “IT” autocorrect bug tripping you up? Here’s how to work around it until Apple gets a proper fix out.
Oh my, but this makes me laaaaugh. Ohio State University trolled Apple for the now-corrected iOS autocorrect bug that turned the letter “i” into an A with a mystery symbol. And it was some pretty expect trolling. Below is a tweet iDownloadBlog found from someone at the college’s football game against Oklahoma State University. There are other tweets, too, but the point is that’s some funny ^#%@.
The autocorrect bug has been intermittently annoying a subset of users since the release of iOS 11.1.
Lower case i changing to other characters when you type on your iPhone or iPad? Here’s the work around.
Our iPhones are great at making our lives easier, but sometimes autocorrect just gets it wrong. So ducking wrong, in fact, that it’s really ducking annoying. Turns out there’s a workaround that lets you trick your iPhone or iPad into leaving the word you really typed instead of changing it to “duck.”