We’ve all been there. That moment when you’re typing a text and your iPhone replaces a perfectly normal word with a totally bizarre one just because you’ve used it before. This is no good! How can you get rid of this so-called ‘history’ your iPhone keeps referring to while correcting your typing?
Have you ever tried to type an email or text message to someone, and even though you know you spelled a word correctly, your iPhone automatically “corrects” the word to something that you had no intention of writing? That’s your iPhone’s auto-correction feature hard at work.
In this tutorial you will learn: (1) how to selectively enable and disable your iPhone’s auto-correction feature, and (2) the effect disabling auto-correction has on misspelled words.