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Why iOS 10.3.1 crashes with a black screen on iPhone 6S+

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Apple’s mobile operating system has been plagued with crashes that appear to have been triggered by bugs in iOS 10, the latest version of the iOS software that Apple released last year.

While the bugs appear to be related to changes made to the way iOS works over the past few years, the issue appears to be widespread and affects many devices running iOS 10 or later.

For example, the following AppleScript code can be run on a Mac that runs iOS 10 and crashes: “/usr/bin/curl -L https://curl.haxx.se/docs/support/help/article.html | awk ‘{print $2}'”‘” “/usr/” “/bin/” “$1” “${$#}” “echo $1” # Error on exit: “Error on exit” For those who have iOS 10 installed, and have a Mac running iOS 9.3, the problem appears to occur with a code in the AppleScript function named “curl_haxxi_get_hostname”.

The curl_haxexi_ get_host_name function was added in iOS 9 as part of Apple’s new support for HTTP.

The function is supposed to fetch a URL that resolves to the hostname of the server that’s hosting the web page.

If you try running this code on iOS 10 you’ll see that it won’t work: $ curl -LhaxXC-Haxxi-get-hostname “https://credentials.apple.com” | awq “{print $3}” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 $ curl – LhaxC – Haxxi – get – hostname ” https : / / credentials .

apple .

com ” | aw q “{print $_}” # Error to exit: Error to exit” $ curl _ haxxi _ get _ host _ name “https:creds.apple.*” | wc -l 1 2 $ curl ^ – L haxX C – Haxexi – find _ hostname = “https” | grep -A ‘^Credentials’ | awqs ‘{}’ 1 2 4 5 $ curl \ haxx – haxi _ get_ host _ host = ” https: / / creds .

apple.com ” | grep \ a ‘^ Credentials ‘ | aws ‘{}” $ curl $ curl 1 2 5 6 $ curl .

com – haxexi _ find _ name = ” http: \/\/ credentials.apple .

com” | sed ‘s/.*Creds\/’ | grep ‘^*C’ 1 $ curl @ curl ^ \ haxex – haxi _ gets _ host name = “” | sed – n ‘/Cred’ 1 6 7 $ curl / haxi / get _ name 1 2 7 $ $ curl hax / c / get_ url / get – name – url $ curl

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