Apple Says iOS 11 Telugu Text Bug Fix Coming Soon

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The good thing is that Apple has promised to release a fix for the latest iPhone crash bug before iOS 11.3, which means that it should be out soon.

Affected apps include Apple's own Messages and Mail, as well as third-party applications including WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Gmail, Slack, Instagram, Google Chrome, Outlook for iOS and Twitter. If that's not available to you, you might be able to delete the thread when you receive a new message on it.

The glitch was first reported by the Italian website Mobile World.

Telugu is thought to be spoken by at least 80 million people around the world and originates in south India.

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The bug affects iPhones, iPads, Macs and other devices running iOS 11.2.5 and occurs when a when a specific Indian-language character is sent to handsets. The company has informed this news in an email sent to developers, to get adapted to the latest iOS 11 features like Core ML, SiriKit and ARKit.

'In this case, the entire Springboard will be blocked.

'If this happens, wait and hope that the Springboard will restart properly, because if you force a reboot of the device, it will bootloop'.

A fix for watchOS 4, tvOS 11, and macOS High Sierra versions will also be rolled out soon. A future update before iOS 11.3 release will fix the problem in all versions of operating systems.

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This is expected to happen sometime in the next few months.

In some situations, if the character is viewed through an iOS notification, it can cause the entire device to crash.

It does so through massively long strings of text information, which overloads the system. That's not something unheard of, as such bugs are discovered on a constant basis. That bug is still present after the update and appears to relate entirely to how iOS handles the character rather than the individual app.

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