& # 39; The smartest idea I've had & # 39 ;: Twitter users reveal & # 39; life-changing & # 39; hacks to stop your iPhone from changing & # 39; f ** k & # 39; in & # 39; duck & # 39; once and for all
- An old tweet that shows users how to prevent their phones from automatically correcting their cuss words has resurfaced
- The message from writer Gwen Mesco from November 2017 shows a simple hack with the option for text replacement
- Another user offered a similar effective suggestion: add curse words to your contact book
- New tweets show that iPhone 11 buyers still consider the iOS 13 auto-correct phone update as & # 39; aggressive & # 39; and & # 39; psychotic & # 39; consider
Reduce your phone to & # 39; duck & # 39 ;, & # 39; ducking & # 39; and & # 39; mother ducker & # 39; can be a thing of the past with this handy hack.
A tweet from 2017 that did not get much grip at the time has turned up again and reveals an ingenious trick.
Los Angeles-based writer Gwen Mesco said: & # 39; This is really the smartest idea I ever had & # 39; because she showed followers how to use the text replacement feature.
And last but not least! It appears that there is a simple way to prevent your phone from changing your curse words in other terms (stock image)
Winning! A Twitter user shared her smart hack to show how your phone recognizes your go-to curse words
To follow her instructions, go to Settings> General> Keyboard> Replace text and voila on your iPhone!
At the time, her post produced only 50 likes.
However, when the pair weighed the popular snarky Go Fug Yourself fashion blog, their hack caught a lot of attention.
& # 39; I've read a tip I've used and it's amazingly effective, that's the same idea. Make a contact with the name F ** k F ** king F ** ker F ** ked, and your iPhone will never automatically correct again, & # 39; wrote one of the personalities.
Their trick became & # 39; incredibly effective & # 39 ;, & # 39; brilliant & # 39; and & # 39; the best ever & # 39; considered – users joking that they were in a hurry to change the names of their ex in their phonebook with the new updated contact information.
Praise: the Fug Girls bloggers were praised for their smart iPhone hack, where adding a phone contact with your favorite curse words would make the language system recognize it
When Apple launched its new iPhone 11 last week, there is more chatter about the auto-correct feature.
Verge tech journalist Tom Warren shared a tweet that showed that the iOS 13 swipe keyboard refused to let him type the F word.
& # 39; Apple really doesn't want you to swear with its iOS 13 swipe keyboard. You can only say duck, & he tweeted.
& # 39; They really don't have that many words. Try anatomical descriptions. It is as if certain words do not even exist. Maybe it makes it difficult to have a candid text with your doctor, & another tech editor, Lance Ulanoff replied.
Other Twitter users went to the platform to vent about the auto-correct features on the new phone that they had purchased for up to $ 849.
In all capital letters, a user counted that they hate & # 39; the system & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Why does my auto-correction change actual words, but no spelling errors, why? & # 39; She asked.
& # 39; Is it me, or has iPhone corrected * significantly * got worse with iOS13 & # 39 ;, a British user asked.
& # 39; What the hell is going on with #iphoneautocorrect! feels like you can't get a freakline without going back to fix it, & another person said.
Frustrated: even with the new iPhone making shelves for as much as $ 849, it seems that users are still angry at the auto-correct features
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