I used pinyin input for simplified Chinese when my iPhone was V2. Pinyin is the romanization that enables you to write chinese signs without having to draw them, for those who might wonder. If you write "nihao" it makes two charaters, ni (you) and hao (well, good). But since I had version 3.0 and 3.0.1, it does not recognize "a" in any pinyin word. So if I write ni it is OK, but hao is ignored, as if it was non-pinyin spelling. If i write "yi" it is OK, I get the choices to write for instance "one", "er" is also OK, means two, but when I write "san" (three) it does not work, as there is an a in "san". "si", four, works, and "wu", five, but liu (six) does not work. As soon as I get to the a in "san" or "hao", it removes all hanzi (chinese signs) and think it is western spelling only! I searched the forums here, and also google. There are lots of (Mandarin) Chinese speaking people using iPhones, so I am amazed I could not find anything about it! Maybe it is all written in Chinese, too complicated for me to read as my level is quite basic. EDIT: I know now, because this bug is only apparent if you use a Danish keyboard also. See my updated post below. I hope someone can tell me how to fix this. Or maybe my phone is a one-off, something wrong while updating to 3.0? EDIT: This is not the case, I just tried it on an iPhone 3Gs, straight out of the box, exactly the samme bug. Thank you all in advance for helping me find the solution.