How to Fix the Black Dot Unicode Bug Crashing iMessage

The Unicode channel came back to haunt iOS users again! The annoying bug seems to have engulfed both the iMessage and the operating system. It has a black dot, pointing to the left emojis and several other hidden characters. Fortunately, there is a quick way to fix the black-dot Unicode bug that blocks iMessage iOS.

If somee sends you an iMessage loaded with ts of Unicode characters invisible and you try to open it, the Messages applicati crashes. To get rid of the problem, just delete the entire cversati that ctains the annoying message. If you have encountered this problem your device, dive to extract it immediately.

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Note: According to reports, the Unicode bug has affected iOS 11.3 and iOS 11.4 which is currently in beta.

Follow the steps mentied below your iPhone with 3D Touch. For those who are unfamiliar, the iPhone 6s and later (except iPhone SE) is equipped with touch technology.

Step # 1. First, force the applicati to close Messages. your iPhone 8 or earlier devices, simply double-click the Home butt to display App Switcher. Then, swipe up the app map to exit the applicati.

your iPhone X: You must slide up the gesture bar and hold. In applicati switching mode, press and hold the applicati card that you want to force to close. A red closing butt will appear; press it to force exit the applicati. Alternatively, ce you hold the applicati card and the red butt appears, drag up to kill …

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