This line of unknown characters is filling up peoples messages app, which causes the phone to restart…. until now
You might be seeing this screen a bit more recently, due to the glitch in a iMessage which makes your phone restart.
Apple’s iMessage platform has been subject to a new bug that shuts down your entire iPhone after receiving the message “effective. Power لُلُصّبُلُلصّبُررً ॣ ॣh ॣ ॣ 冗”.
The second half is Arabic and if you’re not currently in the iMessage with a person it’ll send your phone into a reboot no matter what it’s doing – it’s proved very frustrating for some users and it’s not certain what the long term effects are.
Here’s the fix: head into your Settings app, then the Notifications tab, Messages and then switch off the slider called “show on local screen and under “alert style when unlocked” choose “none.”
It’s a pretty simple fix but it means if you’re sent any more pesky iMessages you won’t be sent into the reboot again.