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Friday, 19 January 2018

Apple comes to the rescue: this happy link will no longer restart your iPhone

Yesterday we echoed a bug that caused reboots, crashes and battery problems on the iPhone. When clicking on a link from the GitHub development platform, a hecatomb occurred and caused the iMessage application to completely crash .

Worst of all, the problems affected both the sender and receiver of the happy link, and although the stability of the system was somewhat compromised , it did not seem to be too dangerous, although it was very annoying.

The person receiving the link checks how the Messages application is totally paralyzed, and the solution to this mess is that the users involved leave the Messaging application and then delete the entire conversation together with the person who sent the link to return to have this application operational.

We just learned that Apple will publish next week an update of its operating system that will have a patch to this problem. We remember that yesterday came a beta version , the sixth, of iOS 11.2.5.

Perhaps that version that sees the light in coming days is a definitive and stable, Apple being able to remove it together with macOS High Sierra 10.13.3, watchOS 4.2.2 and tvOS 11.2.5. iOs 11 is the new operating system, presented on September 19 and which is having an unequal reception according to users.

And it is raining on wet for Apple, which in December last year and suffered a bug in the application Messages to send an emoji on the iPhone X , which had to close the application completely and re-open to solve the problem .

We will remain pending to the out of the final version of iOS 11.2.5 that is expected for next week and here we will be to tell you.

Via | macrumors 

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