Earlier Wednesday, WhatsApp started causing some users to randomly crash their iPhones. The issue was initially believed to be limited to iOS 15.2, although some affected users later reported on social media that it also disrupted the experience of earlier iOS versions. Complaints on the Internet indicate that the crash is not unique to a particular region, because WhatsApp users from all over the world face the same problem, that is, the app crashes shortly after being accessed.

Several iPhone users complain related Crash problem Use WhatsApp on Twitter. Users reported that the app caused a crash after they tried to open it by clicking on its icon. This restricts them from sending new messages or viewing existing messages.

9to5Mac reported that because even the WhatsApp beta version provided by TestFlight crashed, this error may be caused by some issues with Meta’s server rather than the iOS application itself.Problem still Affected Some users on WhatsApp Business.

Nitin Gupta, Head of Engineering, WhatsApp admit Responding to the crash problem of tweets posted by WABetaInfo. He suggested that affected users use the application once in airplane mode to alleviate the problem.

In a separate tweet, WABetaInfo Report The problem has been fixed a few hours after it was raised online. However, WhatsApp has not officially confirmed whether the problem has been resolved.

TechnologyShout has contacted WhatsApp for the fix and will update this space when the company responds.

On Tuesday, WhatsApp launched a voice preview feature, allowing users to view the recording of an audio message before sending it to a contact. This feature has been launched for all users of Android, iOS, Web and desktop devices.

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