Yesterday we heard about a new bug in Apple’s iOS that would crash your iPhone when a specific character from the Indian language Telugu is sent to the handset. The iOS bug happening to devices that are running Apple’s iOS 11.2.5. Apple is currently working on iOS 11.3 but we will not have to wait
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Apple is working on a fixing this critical Telugu character bug and it will arrive sooner than the upcoming iOS 11.3 update.
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