Apple has released iOS 11.2.6 today, which incorporates a bug settle for the Indian dialect (Telugu) character that crashes an iPhone and makes applications like Messages, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp out of reach. The bug was found a week ago, enabling anybody to send a basic character to an iPhone to crash the gadget and bolt out access to certain informing applications. The bug likewise influences Safari and the implicit Messages application on macOS and the Apple Watch. Apple discharged updates for watchOS, tvOS, and macOS to prevent the crash from occurring on those stages, as well.
Apple guaranteed a refresh before iOS 11.3 and it’s arriving today as iOS 11.2.6. Every present beta of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS likewise settle the smashing issue. This is the third time in the previous couple of months that Apple has issued iOS 11 updates to settle bugs that crash iPhones. In December, Apple made the profoundly strange stride of issuing a critical iOS refresh hours after an iPhone crash bug began happening. A month ago, a solitary connection could solidify an iPhone, yet Apple could resolve it with the arrival of iOS 11.2.5.