This random message, it crashes your iPhone, before you even read it
It’s been a minute since we had a funny iPhone SMS bug, so it’s time for another. Every thing applepro has discovered a strange character-emoji string crash is iPhones with the latest iOS version.
The error seems to only affect iOS 13.4.1 and involved a string of the Sindhi language, the characters you are not likely to get, unless someone tries to mess with you. But with cabin fever setting in our nationwide coronavirus shelter-in-place arrangements, it is very well possible to your friends, you could have it on you.
The bugs, it’s more of a nuisance than a security risk, but it’s not responding to your iPhone and may crash when the notification comes. The bug is not limited to SMS either. Each notification contains the characters in string can potentially iPhone’s lock up a -, as everything Apple Pro Twitter realized the error.
The bug has been confirmed fixed in iOS 13.4.5—the patches, the a couple of iOS-Mail-errors, which were revealed this week—so if you want to fix it you can Beta for the Public. Otherwise, turn off notifications for news apps is also the Problem.
Released on Sun, 03 may 2020 08:00:00 +0000