Yesterday, while texting, we made a discovery. We, like everyone else, already knew that iPhone has some issues with spell checking more uncommon words. But when we texted "chanel" to a friend, our iPhone turned it into "Chanel." Impressed, we tried some more, and learned that iPhone has some eclectic taste. iPhone knows to correct / capitalize: Chanel, Jacobs (but not Marc), Burberry, Stella McCartney, Alexander Wang, Alberta (but not Ferretti), Calvin Klein, Versace, Dior, Stuart (but not Jill), Halston, Hermes (though, in fairness, it also knows "Aphrodite"), Posen (but it turns "zac" into "sac"), Erin (but not Fetherston). It did not know: Chloe, Gucci, Prada, Louis or Vuitton, Vogue, ELLE (in fact, it turned "ELLE" into "role"), Visionaire, Matthew or Williamson, Martin Margiela, Coach, Balmain, Balenciaga, Lacroix, Yves Saint Laurent, Mizrahi, Galliano, Gaultier, and it turned Hedi into "Jedi", though we could go on (we did). It's Friday. Have fun.
Yesterday, while texting, we made a discovery. We, like everyone else, already knew that iPhone has some issues with spell checking more uncommon word