After two+ years of being unable to type "Taiwan" or being remotely DOS'd anytime her phone received a Taiwanese flag emoji, the fix (kudos to my friend Josh S. for the idea!), was simply to toggle the region from United States to China, then back to US.
Wardle notes that Apple probably created code in iOS to remove Taiwan's flag emoji at the behest of the Chinese government, and that code is the cause of the suspicious crashes.
When it came to iOS 11.3, security researcher Patrick Wardle noticed that this now led to an invalid input, as opposed to the previous missing input.
A recently discovered iOS bug caused iPhones to crash after the word "Taiwan" was typed in.
Even Apple, one of the most valuable companies in the world, has to play ball.
Theresa May faces guerilla tactics from Brexit rebels They are planning a show of strength in the Commons next week in votes on the Prime Minister's flagship Trade Bill. But leading Eurosceptic Bernard Jenkin played down the prospects of more walkouts from Mrs May's administration.
Wardle, who is now a macOS and iOS security expert at Digital Security, said he was perplexed when a friend first reported her fully patched, non-jailbroken device crashed every time she typed Taiwan or received a message with a Taiwanese flag. In China, messaging apps didn't crash, but would not display the forbidden emoji.
The iOS update is around 200MB in size and comes with bug fixes and "improves the security of your iPhone or iPad". Messages which were sent featuring the emoji included only a blank space.
China considers Taiwan as a renegade provice, and does not recognise the sovereignty of the island nation. However, the Chinese government has long desired taking control over Taiwan. China was seen as a major way of keeping its cash cow still alive and Apple did not want to upset the Chinese government and earn itself a ban from the country. Apple didn't respond to an email seeking comment for this post. First, the latest iOS 11.4.1 update will fix an issue which prevented some users from viewing the last known location of their AirPods in the Find Phone app.
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The use of emojis has seeped into our culture to such an extent that the Oxford Dictionary's "Word of the Year" in 2015 wasn't actually a word at all - it was the Face With Tears emoji, which shows just how influential the little graphic images have become.
The 22-year-old has chosen to leave the villa to be with Frankie after he was eliminated in a double dumping earlier in the week. Viewers, who have already seen her struggle without Frankie, will be able to see Samira leave in Thursday night's episode.
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He accused the company of taking advantage of the poor and defenseless while giving bargains to countries in Europe and elsewhere. Across the industry, Wells Fargo found, companies rose drug prices on 63 products and lowered prices on 64 products in June.
Trump was objecting to Germany's acceptance of a new pipeline project that will bring more natural gas from Russian Federation . Despite the harsh criticism of the president, Kerry agreed that United States allies need to increase their defense spending.
Papa John's executives have touted their recent hiring of the firm as part of their turnaround plans for the brand's advertising. In the aftermath, Schnatter announced his resignation as the company's chairman late Wednesday night.
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The flaming kites have set fires to forest and farmland, and have done some damage, though inflicted few casualties. Hamas, a Palestinian political movement, slammed Netanyahu's decision by describing it as a crime against humanity.
More worrying, however, oxygen levels in the cave were falling. "We have more expertise than yesterday", he said on Tuesday. Scattered monsoon rains continued to risk percolating through the limestone cave walls to flood the tunnels with water.
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The law, The Community Defense Act, prohibits adult entertainment - defined as nude or topless dancing - between midnight and 6am. Although the law has been in effect for over a decade, a 2017 report from The Columbus Dispatch found that it is seldom enforced.
Brexit campaigners seek to harden May's EU plan next week
He said as much in a damning resignation letter, lamenting that the Brexit Dream was "dying, suffocated by needless self-doubt". They "didn't represent the majority of opinion in the conservative party or house of commons", he said.
‘I think they like me a lot in the UK’
Mr Trump will meet the US Ambassador at Winfield House after arriving and then head to Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. A giant six-metre-high blimp of Trump depicted as an orange baby in nappies is also expected to fly over the capital.
A Single Goal Sends France To The World Cup Final
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Croatia reach final as England throw it away
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Iranians protest teen arrest over dance videos
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