Has your iPhone randomly shut down over the past few days?
The glitch allows any iPhone user to send a specific series of characters via text message to shut down and reboot any iPhone anywhere – (as long as the recipient is not viewing their message history at the time).
This is the code. Go on, give it a go. We know you want to.
So is it true?
Apple said in a statement to CNBC, “We are aware of an iMessage issue caused by a specific series of unicode characters and we will make a fix available in a software update.”
The newly found bug is dividing the internet.
While the Apple robots work in overdrive, you can protect your iPhone from this chaos by following these instructions:
Have you been affected by the bug?
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