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If you use an Apple device, here’s an important ‘warning’. A new text bomb is crashing iPhones, Apple Watch, iPad or Mac. This string of characters includes Italian flag emoji and some Sindhi characters.

According to a report by 9to5Mac, users have reported receiving this string of text as notification on their Apple devices. On iPhones, the bug is said to affect those running the latest iOS13.4.1.

As per the report, ‘’When an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch receives a notification with this text string, things get wonky. Sometimes, your device will crash, while other times it completely stops responding to touch input, and much more.’’

As per an update to the report, a patch has already been rolled out to devices running the latest iOS 13.4.5 beta. This reveals that Apple is aware of the issue, and a fix for other devices may be on the way soon. Click here for the full story.

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