iOS customers, brace your self for yet one more bug that pranksters and different ne’er-do-wells can use to crash your iPhone and make life depressing.
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This newest bug entails sending a text string containing the black dot emoji to the sufferer (do not do it, do not be that individual). When obtained it causes the recipients iMessage app to crash.
The bug was first reported by YouTuber EverythingApplePro.
ZDNet has confirmed this bug on units working the most recent iOS 11.three.1 construct, and it additionally appears to have an effect on the most recent public construct of iOS 11.four.
Should you’re hit by this problem, CNET has outlined a couple of ways you can fix the issue quickly and simply with out doing one thing foolish like wiping your handset.
This bug is much like the Telagu Indian character bug that Apple patched earlier this yr, and is yet one more in a long series of bugs that have plagued iOS 11 since its launch again in September of final yr.
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