WhatsApp Crashing on iPhone for Some Customers

WhatsApp began inflicting random crashes on iPhone for some customers on early Wednesday. The problem was initially believed to be restricted to iOS 15.2, although some affected customers later reported on social media that it was disrupting the expertise on earlier iOS variations as effectively. The complaints that emerged on the Net counsel that the crashing was not unique to a particular area as WhatsApp customers from numerous elements of the world confronted the identical downside the place the app crashes shortly after it’s accessed.

A number of iPhone customers complained concerning the crashing challenge with WhatsApp on Twitter. The customers reported that the app precipitated crashes simply after they tried to open it by tapping its icon. This restricted them from sending new messages or viewing current ones.


9to5Mac stories that since even WhatsApp beta out there by means of TestFlight was crashing, the bug could also be precipitated resulting from some challenge with Meta’s servers as an alternative of an issue with the iOS app itself. The problem additionally impacted some customers on WhatsApp Enterprise.

WhatsApp Engineering Head Nitin Gupta acknowledged the crashing downside in response to a tweet posted by WABetaInfo. He suggested affected customers to make use of the app in airplane mode as soon as to mitigate the problem.

In a separate tweet, WABetaInfo stories that the problem has been mounted hours after it was raised on-line. Nonetheless, WhatsApp hasn’t but formally confirmed whether or not the issue has been resolved.

Devices 360 has reached out to WhatsApp to get readability on the repair and can replace this house when the corporate responds.

On Tuesday, WhatsApp rolled out a voice message preview characteristic to let customers assessment recordings of their audio messages earlier than sending them to contacts. The characteristic has been rolled out for all customers throughout Android, iOS, Net, and desktop.

This week on Orbital, the Devices 360 podcast, we talk about iPhone 13, new iPad and iPad mini, and Apple Watch Sequence 7 — and what they imply to the Indian market. Orbital is accessible on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and wherever you get your podcasts.

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Jagmeet Singh writes about shopper expertise for Devices 360, out of New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior reporter for Devices 360, and has regularly written about apps, pc safety, Web providers, and telecom developments. Jagmeet is accessible on Twitter at @JagmeetS13 or Electronic mail at jagmeets@ndtv.com. Please ship in your leads and ideas.

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