The Daily Beast published a report today that points out that Apple devices like the iPhone have a "kill-list" of around 14,000 words don't register a misspelling when written correctly but fail to offer a suggestion when you spell them incorrectly. Many of these--such as "abortion" and "bullet"--are associated with controversies and hot-button subjects, leading some commentators to describe Apple's actions as tantamount to censorship.
We all have a few words we'd rather our iPhones forgot. Remember that one time you typed "teh" instead of "the" and now your phone refuses to type the right? Or what about that one time you went to "the Oakland A's game" and now your phone types "as" as "A's?"