New bug found in iOS 15


Complaints began to appear on the network about a new bug in iOS 15 – it touched the security feature in iMessage. This was reported in the profile edition of MacRumors.

According to the source, we are talking about the “Read Report” function in the proprietary “Apple” messenger iMessage (“Messages”). It allows you to enable the “Read” status for your own and other people’s messages in the chat. If it is deactivated, then both interlocutors see only the “Delivered” status. By default, this setting is disabled in iOS, and the user can manually enable it if desired.

IPhone users running iOS 15 began to notice that the Read status appears in iMessage chats, regardless of the position of the toggle for this feature. The problem has been noticed only in some iPhone owners, and it is not yet clear on what basis it manifests itself. The “victims” are united by only one fact – they all have one or another version of iOS 15 installed.

According to reports, in some cases, restarting the smartphone temporarily fixes the problem with message statuses, but later it comes back again. This may seem like a trivial bug, but in some situations it can put you in an awkward position.

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