How To Fix Autocorrect Problems On iPhone 13 And iPhone 13 Pro
AutoCorrect issues can be a problem with iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro owners. Autocorrect for iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro was designed to reduce mistakes and speed up the process of sending an email or message to someone.
This isn’t always true and sometimes the autocorrect feature of the iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro can cause even more problems. We’ll show you how to fix AutoCorrect issues for your iPhone.
Repair Autocorrect Issues with iPhone Dictionary
You may need to reset your iPhone dictionary if you experience multiple autocorrect issues on your iPhone 13/13 Pro. Go to Settings -> General-> Reset Keyboard Dictionary. To fix autocorrect issues, click on the red Reset Dictionary button.
Common Words & Typos on iPhone 13 and iPhone 13Pro
Autocorrect can sometimes change common words and typos to something wrong on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. When you misspell a word too many times, even if you spell it correctly, autocorrect will change the word to something incorrect. You can fix this iPhone 13 or iPhone 13 Pro autocorrect issue by using shortcuts.
Go to Settings -> General-> Keyboard-> Shortcuts. Next, add a shortcut that changes one word or phrase into the next. This will allow you to spell the word correctly, and autocorrect will correct it.
Name Autocorrect Issues
Autocorrect is most commonly used to correct the first and last names of iOS users. Autocorrect will not recognize that the contact names in your list are correct. This setting should not be altered. You can do this by going to Contacts->+ -> Enter the Names–> Done. This will resolve any problems with autocorrect.