Sometimes, autocorrect gets it wrong, replacing a word you meant to type with something completely different. You can customize it to fix these issues or disable it altogether.
Autocorrect works its magic by pulling from a built-in dictionary that provides automatic text correction. Over time, you can teach the system new words, either by using the “Add to Dictionary” command on the fly as you type new words or by popping open your keyboard settings and adding them manually. Here, we’re going to talk about that manual method.