Catch up on all the stories we’ve posted over the last seven days

1. iOS 11.1.1

Apple has released an update to address the weird autocorrect glitch that was stopping many users being able to type the letter “i” properly. Read the story!

2. Two-faced ID

iPhone X has finally launched, so we looked into the good and bad sides of Face ID and its potential effect on the rest of the security industry. Read the story!

3. Twin trickery

Speaking of Face ID, several viral videos have been circulating this past week claiming Apple’s facial recognition can be tricked by siblings. The truth is a little more complicated, however. Read the story!

4. iPhone X tips

Did you manage to get hold of an iPhone X yet? We’ve been taking a closer look at some of the new features this week: specifically, we’ve penned a guide to Portrait Lighting and life beyond the Home button.

5. Frozen screen

If you do you have an iPhone X, you may be aware that it sometimes becomes unresponsive when hit with a sudden temperature drop. Apple has responded to the complaints and will issue a fix. Read the story!

6. Harry Potter GO

Niantic, the development team behind the wildly successful Pokémon GO app, have teamed up with Warner Bros. to create a similar augmented reality game based on the world of Harry Potter. Read the story!

7. Grammarly

Popular proofreading utility Grammarly has come to iOS in the form of a third-party keyboard. It’s useful for writers of all levels and can even put a stop to autocorrect fails. Read the story!

Elsewhere

DisplayMate’s testing shows iPhone X to have the best display ever – iDownloadBlog

Apple planning a new iPad with Face ID and no Home button – The Verge