IPhone owners plagued by yet another iOS bug

IPhone owners plagued by yet another iOS bug

The only way you can fix the freezing loop is to ask somebody to send you another message and try to delete the thread that includes the Indian letter.

The glitch disables access to iMessage, Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Outlook and Gmail and if received the symbol sends the device into a frenzy. The Verge reports that Telegram and Skype are unaffected. Tech blog 9to5Mac noted there have been previous similar cases in which sending a specific message to an iOS device has caused app crashes.

At the very least, receiving the character will crash whatever messaging app sees the character, forcing you to force-close the app.

Besides, iOS the bug can also be reproduced on macOS High Sierra (version 10.13), along with the new versions of tvOS and watchOS.

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The Guardian reported that Telugu is spoken by at least 80 million people in India and elsewhere combined.

This discovery comes after Apple found multiple software issues before the end of 2017. The update also advises developers to ensure their current apps are X-compatible and take advantage of its new features and those in iOS 11. This time, the culprit is a single Indian (Telugu) character. Your only hope is to find a way to delete the message or email from another device to free your iPhone from its cycle of trying and failing to load the character.

Whereas a Forbes report has stated that upon restarting the devices, users will be unable to open the Messages app, something which obviously has the potential for serious consequences. However, the problem does not seem to occur in the latest beta version of the iOS mobile operating system, which indicates Apple is aware of the issue and is preparing to release a fix, Mobile World noted.

The Verge further suggests that the issue has also been resolved in the public beta of iOS 11.3.

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