Sonny Dickson, an iOS developer, found hidden code in the iOS that would allow the autocorrect bar, according to 9to5Mac. Dickson's instructions on how to make the autocorrect bar appear:
1. Download iBackupBot.2. Backup your iPhone/iPod in iTunes.3. Open iBackupBot and find the backup, then load it.4. Find Library/Preferences/com.apple.keyboard.plist and open the file. (if your software isn’t registered you’ll have to press cancel and then it will open)5. Add in the following code: <key>KeyboardAutocorrectionLists</key><string>YES</string>6. Save your modifications, and then restore from backup from within iBackupbot.
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But did Apple plan on a more "Android-like" autocorrect bar, but decided against it this round? Or will we see something similar in the next iPhone? It seems that iOS users want a better autocorrect client and are willing to use third parties to find one -- so Apple should give them a better alternative.