It hasn’t been a good year for Apple’s software quality assurance department. Between a critical security bug in macOS, a brand-new product being launched late and without half of its features enabled, or a throttling feature being snuck into an iOS update, it seems that something is wrong in Apple’s development process.
But a new bug, first discovered by Mobile World and verified by The Verge, could be the most annoying yet. The problem is a single Indian character which, if received in an iMessage or through any third-party messaging app, will crash the individual app, and quite easily crash the entire iPhone and force a restart to fix.
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Your iPhone will crash if someone sends you this character, and there’s no way to fix it originally appeared on BGR.com on Thu, 15 Feb 2018 at 08:51:48 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
Source: FS – Phones – News
Your iPhone will crash if someone sends you this character, and there’s no way to fix it