Now, instead of putting too much burden on the engineers to develop the annual update on time and cramp a bunch of features in a single update, Apple has planned to focus exclusively on the operating system of its iPhone and iPad series of devices for the next two years. They have confirmed, however, that the fix will be issued before the release of iOS 11.3.
After recently fixing the "chaiOS" bug, Apple now has to contend with a nasty bug that will crash any Mac or iOS device that receives a single Indian-language character specific to the Telugu language.
Take a look at how it affects your phone:Unfortunately, phones are not the only ones getting affected by it.
The glitch was first reported by the Italian website Mobile World.
Once crashed, the app won't open as it is constantly trying and failing the Telugu characters.
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"Starting April 2018, all new iOS apps submitted to the App Store must be built with the iOS 11 SDK, " the company revealed on its website.
"If the character is displayed within an application, the app in question will crash and will continue to close each time you try to start it". In such cases, the entire iOS Springboard or the software running the home screen could end up crashing.
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Just days after we reported on Apple's desire to delay iOS updates in the interest of shipping out a more stable, bug-free experience for their users, a major new software bug has already been discovered. This means that the issue is well spread out across the ecosystem. The public beta versions of iOS 11.3 are reportedly unaffected by the bug, so it should disappear when the update drops in the spring. Developers received notification of the new requirements in an email this afternoon from the Apple Developer Program.
This is all for now, folks. After signing back in, Warren is unable to re-open iMessage, which crashes right after he presses the app icon.