No Ducking Hell Problem! Apple Will Stop Autocorrecting the Swear Word
One of the most significant happenings at the Apple company is news about its autocorrect feature. At its last developer conference, the company said they would change the iPhone's and the iPad's annoying corrections. In the upcoming iOS 17 software, the common swear word will no longer be replaced by “ducking.” This update will be available in the fall, and all iPhone X and later model owners can install it. Until then, autocorrect will continue to function in its current form and change the swear word to “duck.”
If you want to type a ducking word, the keyboard will learn and adapt to it. It should help Apple users avoid frustration and illogical autocorrection. They often express dissatisfaction with “damn autocorrect” and need to rewrite their text too many times. Several customers just turn off this feature, which allows them to avoid all inconveniences. Such an option has always been available and is a great solution to the problem.
At last week’s conference, the company talked a lot about its plans - an expensive new mixed-reality headset and details on its desktop and laptop upgrades. Furthermore, Apple shares have set a record, and the company’s market valuation stands at nearly $3 trillion. Apple has grown by 280% over the past five years, which indicates a significant share of Apple on the market.