User Twitter complain that WhatsApp is causing random crashes on their iPhones

User Twitter complain that WhatsApp is causing random crashes on their iPhones

Tech Highlights:

  • 9to5Mac reports that even the WhatsApp beta available from TestFlight was crashing, so the bug may have been caused by a problem with the Meta server, not the problem with the iOS app itself.Problems too to be influenced Some users of WhatsApp Business. WhatsApp Engineering Head Nitin Gupta Admitted Crash issue in response to tweets posted by WABetaInfo. He advised affected users to use the app once in airplane mode to mitigate the problem. In another tweet, WABetaInfo Report The issue was fixed hours after the issue occurred online. However, WhatsApp has not yet officially confirmed whether the issue has been resolved. Gadgets 360 will contact WhatsApp to clarify the fix and update this space when the company responds.

  • Early Wednesday, WhatsApp began causing random crashes on the iPhones of some users. This problem was initially thought to be limited to iOS 15.2, but some affected users later reported on social media that it was causing confusion with previous iOS versions as well. Complaints on the internet indicate that the crash is not limited to a single location. WhatsApp users from all over the world experienced the same issue of the app crashing immediately after opening it.Some iPhone users Complained regarding Crash problem On Twitter WhatsApp. The user reported that the app crashed immediately after tapping the icon and trying to open the app. This restricted sending new messages and displaying existing messages.

On Tuesday, WhatsApp unveiled a voice message preview feature that allows users to review voice message recordings before sending them to their contacts. This feature is open to all Android, iOS, web and desktop users. In this week’s Orbital, Gadgets 360 Podcast, we’ll talk about the iPhone 13, the new iPad and iPad mini, the Apple Watch Series 7, and what they mean for the Indian market. Orbital is available wherever you can get Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, and podcasts.

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