Fix Improper Word Correction by Resetting “Autocorrect” on iPhone

When iPhone 2G was introduced back in 2007, many analysts even the Steve Ballmer CEO of Microsoft laughed on this gadget and said that it will be a failure because it doesn’t have QWERTY keyboard. But the amazing research behind the iPhone and iOS made the virtual keyboard so much amazing that it reduced the chances of writing errors.

One of the best solutions in this regard was the use of “Autocorrect” which automatically corrects the spelling of your writing. The even best part is that, it also learns the spelling, so if you are using any words which are not present in its dictionary, it will learn them. However, sometimes it happens that you enter a wrong word and the autocorrect learns it. Now, whenever you try to enter the first two spells, it will show you that word.

So, it becomes annoying, this simple tip will help you to reset your autocorrect dictionary so that you can start from a new point.

  1. Go to settings and click on “General”
  2. Scroll down and click on the “Reset”
  3. Tap on “Reset Keyboard Dictionary”

That’s it! It will erase all the memory of the autocorrect and the dictionary words saved by the user. Another alternative is to restore your backup from iTunes to fix this problem. Which method worked for you? Let us know in the comments section below.

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