If you’re an iPhone user you’re very familiar with the “feature” known as Auto Correct. Essentially its a feature that tries to determine what you’re saying and attempts to replace your words for you as you type. As an example, if I typed “a-c-r”, Auto Correct may assume that I’m typing “Acroment” and it will fill it in for me.
Note in that last sentence that I said that Auto Correct “may” assume I’m typing Acroment. In MANY cases, the feature doesn’t quite hit the mark and give you an incorrect word. As in this screen shot, iPhone has incorrectly assumed that I was going for “acromegaly”. I didn’t know the word so I had to look it up (courtesy Wikipedia): Read the rest of this entry