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Have you tried typing the letter “I” and having it autocorrect to “A [?]” on the iPhone? We weren’t sure what was up with this, but we do know it’s annoying. And we’ve also realized we aren’t the only ones struggling with it.

Read more: Here’s how to bring “I” back to your iPhone—with no more weird symbols

People across social media have been struggling to find a way to fix the problem, and according to MacRumors, there isn’t really a fix to the problem. It’s bizarre because not everyone is affected, and they explain that they “have been unable to replicate the issue on our own devices.”

They believe it could be linked to the emoji keyboard, with the “I” popping up in the frequently used portion of the keyboard. Resetting the keyboard dictionary doesn’t fix the problem either, and they explain that “Apple is aware of the problem and working on a fix.”

The best option MacRumors recommends? Turning off predictive text. Or, going to “Settings > General > Keyboard > Text Replacement” to replace the uppercase “I” with the lowercase “i.” 

We’ll keep you updated with what Apple ends up finding out—and our fingers are crossed it’s fixed ASAP.

(Or maybe Hayley is right…)

Have you had any trouble with the symbol popping up? Or have you found a fix? Let us know in the comments below!