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Thursday, 10 May 2018

How to fix the black circle bug on iPhone and iPad

Recently a new bug was discovered capable of blocking the operating system and closing applications unexpectedly. The error caused by the black circle bug affects a large number of applications and devices, from WhatsApp on Android to iMessage on iOS.

The bug is caused by sending a simple message containing the emojis of a black circle (⚫) and a hand pointing with the index finger to the left (👈). In this article we will explain how you can solve this serious error on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

Have any of your friends sent you a message with the famous bug of the black circle? Has your iPhone been blocked? Do you want to know how to solve this error? Very easy, keep reading to find out what to do.

How to fix the black circle bug that blocks your iPhone

This combination of Unicode emojis causes an operating system blockage that prevents users from accessing their conversations and / or applications as normal. When this bug affects the iOS Messages application, it can be easily solved by deleting the conversation that contains the message.

Follow these steps to solve the problem:

1. Close the iOS Messages app immediately.

2. Use a voice command from Siri to request sending a message so that the black circle is not the last message in the conversation.

3. Use the 3D Touch function in the Messages icon and press the option to send a new message.

4. Press the "Cancel" button in the upper right corner.

5. Click on the "Edit" button in the upper left corner.

6. Select the conversation you want.

7. Delete the conversation.

If you have a device that does not support 3D Touch, you will have to follow a series of different steps:

1. Close the iMessage application.

2. Ask Siri to send several messages in the conversation until it is not visible.

3. Open the Messages application.

4. Go back to the conversation list.

5. Press the "Edit" button.

6. Delete the conversation.

This black circle bug affects both iOS 11.3 and iOS 11.4 and many other versions of the software, platforms and devices. Apple has not yet ruled on the matter but will solve the problem soon by a new update .

Via | Macrumors 

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