Boo! Do you remember back in iOS 11 there was a serious issue when you send a specific character can crash your iPhone. Did I say crash? Yes, true it crashes the iPhone. Today, the iOS text bug has returned once again to Apple users to haunt them.
This time, specific characters from the Sindhi language can cause your iPhone to crash. If you are using iOS 13.4.1, then you can try this iOS text bug to see what happens to your iPhone. Back in iOS 11, when you send specific Telugu characters to your iPhone it will immediately block you from accessing to apps and messages.
In the meantime of waiting for Apple to fix this issue, the only thing you can do is reboot your iPhone if your iPhone crashes too. According to TheVerge, this bug was due to the notification in the iPhone. So, if you want to avoid having such an issue, then you can easily disable your notifications specifically for your Apple Message app.
Not only iOS 13 and iOS 11 had the issue, even in iOS 12 also there was an issue where by clicking on a single link will crash your iPhone too. But for this current issue, it seems Apple has already fix the iOS text bug in the latest iOS 13.4.5 beta release. This latest update should be rolling out globally in the coming weeks.
In conclusion, no matter how secure a smartphone is, still, there will be a simple bug which can crash your smartphone. You can watch the video from EverythingApplePro tried to reproduce this issue and it works. Try it out now if you want. We don’t take any responsibility for this act.