How to Fix the Unicode Bug 'Black Dot' iMessage crash

Yet another Unicode bug has been discovered that is capable of crashing apps and operating systems, ranging from WhatsApp Android to iMessage iOS. We will not share the exact string, to prevent it from expanding further, but it includes the black dot (⚫️) and the left pointing (?) emojis and other characters.


In general, whenever this type of bug occurs, the problem can be solved by removing the cversati ctaining the problematic message. The following steps work the iPhe 6s and newer, excluding the iPhe SE:

  • Force the closing of the iMessage applicati.
  • Ask Siri to send an answer to the sender of the message so that the Unicode string is no lger the most recent speech bubble.
  • 3D Tap the Messages applicati ic from the Home screen, then tap New message from the menu that opens.
  • Tap Cancel in the upper right corner of the New Message screen.
  • Tap Edit in the upper left corner of the cversati list.
  • Tap the circle to the left of the cversati ctaining the problematic message. A blue check mark appears.
  • Tap Delete in the lower right corner.

If you have an iPhe with Siri but not 3D Touch, ranging from the iPhe 4s to the iPhe 6 Plus and the iPhe SE, the steps are slightly different: [19659011] Forcing the closing the iMessage applicati.

  • Ask Siri to send an answer to the sender of the message as many times as necessary until the bubble ctaining the Unicode string is removed from the visible part of the cversati.
  • Open the Messages applicati.
  • Press the back arrow in the …
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