Given that the service iMessage has been available for users since a very long time, you might think that Apple has to get rid of all the security holes and errors that were present in this service, but it seems that this is not the case. According to a report published by researcher security Natalie Silvanovich, which operates as part of a team Project Zero of Google, it seems I discovered a bug in iMessage that would lead to a disabled iPhone.
According to the researcher, Natalie Silvanovich, it has stated by saying : ” on your Mac, this disables the follow-the appearance of this symbol, but on the iPhone, this icon in the Springboard. Will receipt of this letter to give a Springboard frequently, which leads to not display the user interface and stops the phone from responding to the entries. Use this case in a reset, and cause the phone would be unusable as soon as you open the lock. The only way I could find to repair the phone is reboot in mode Recovery ( Recovery Mode ) and do the best, but this causes the loss of data on the device “.
However, the good news is that this problem has been corrected in iOS 12.3, which means that as long as you’ve updated your iPhone to iOS 12.3 or higher version, you should be safe. And for those who have not updated the iOS devices of their own until now, may be this is the time to do it.
As we have said, This is not the first time that you discovered a bug in iMessage. For example, in the year 2015, there was a bug that would cause the phone crashes continuously, and there was another bug in 2018 was causing the crashes the iMessage application when they are receiving certain messages.