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The macOS update similarly makes reference to the Telugu character that caused apps to crash when received. "It seems, however, that the beta of iOS 11.3 is already immune, which is a good signal". Previously, a mysterious bug caused several iPhone and iPad devices to crash back in December a year ago. The only way to fix the issue was wait for a new message to come in, and then try to delete the old thread without the app attempting to load it first. As expected, the potentially serious nature of the bug hastened Apple's response, allowing the issue to be addressed before the next full point releases of each OS. You can check the security update contents of macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 supplement update from here. Once inside the General settings options, they should tap Software Update so the device could start downloading the latest update.