Imagine how happy those nine people are who capitalize the first
letter of their user name and password. Wouldn't it be a tragedy
Apple finally fixed the auto spellcheck default behavior
to suit the masses instead?
So my invention is an iPhone commemorative replica which
make calls (or has some other impairment to make it legally
even if completely reversible) but which will never allow future
software updates to patch this feature/bug which exemplifies
Apple's once-fabled product strategy which always knew best, and
more importantly, acted on it.
The rest of us who made our usernames all lowercase thinking it
would always be less effort, if only fractionally so, will finally get
our way, but do we really want to force our will on people who
think usernames should have capital letters in them? Sure, they
probably still have AOL, and say "snail mail", but, at long last,
have we no sense of community?