Last week, new bug was discovered, as devices crashed or possibly crashed due to version of iOS 11.2.5 software present in the device. The Telugu character was working as bug, and many iPhones were crashed due to this text bomb. Apple said that they would fix this bug before rolling out 11.3, as they said the company has released an update of iOS version of 11.2.6.

The company has announced that this released update is just to fix crashes occurred due to bug of Telagu language, with no notable update or extra feature. The company has stated that this update is considered as a supplement update of about 42 MB, hence there is no any new features are added with this update. The update is categorized and named as iOS 11.2.6 for iPhone, watchOS 4.2.3 for Apple watch, tvOS 11.2.6 for TV digital media player, and macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 for mac family computers.

As the crash was not the first time that for Apple that iOS has failed to recognize any character, URL, and videos. Apple has faced a problem in 2015 where, a string text messages disabled iMessage, and in last month (January) devices were failed to recognize URL and froze devices for time period.

Apple is facing criticism due to issues regarding software stability and released about eleven updates on iOS 11 to solve bugs in a year. Company has released iOS 11.0.1, iOS 11.0.2, iOS 11.0.3, iOS 11.1, iOS 11.1.1, iOS 11.1.2, iOS 11.2, iOS 11.2.1, iOS 11.2.2 and iOS 11.2.5 respectively prior iOS 11.2.6. To avoid this chaos, the company said, they are planning a strategic, and laid-back update that would work on to offer few but quality update in iOS 12.

The small update in iOS 11.2.5 is savior of the company from all criticism, and a cure on all the bedlam. To avoid device crash every iOS 11.2.5 user should hurry to grab iOS 11.2.6. This update is available under into setting under software update. Also, for the Apple Watches and TVs update is available under settings.

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