Twitter acknowledges bug that logs users out on iOS

Twitter for iOS is reportedly affected by a bizarre bug that logs out users running iOS 15. After several users reported the bug on Twitter, the microblogging platform said it would investigate the matter. A good number of users have complained on the platform that they were even logged out of the app on several occasions. It is also said that this bug is affecting all the accounts in which the user has logged in through his iOS 15 device.

According to a report by 9to5Mac, many Twitter users running iOS 15 on their iPhone or iPad are experiencing unexpected logouts. Users have reported being randomly logged out of all accounts linked to their iOS device. The company tweeted that it is investigating the matter but did not provide any information about the bug.

Going by the answers to the post, it is clear that a large number of users are experiencing the bug on iOS 15. Many users have also reported that they have been logged out of Twitter several times. Furthermore, users are also reporting that they have been logged out of all their accounts.

Earlier this week, Twitter announced that it has updated its app on iOS to fix a bug that caused users’ tweets to disappear when trying to read them on the app. The issue affected users platform-wide and was previously resolved for the web client. The bug fix has now been rolled out for iOS users. Twitter mentions “Now when you pause your timeline scrolling to see a Tweet, it should stay there!” The platform has yet to reveal when the missing tweet issue will be resolved for users on Android smartphones and tablets.

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Satwik Khare is a Deputy Editor at Gadgets 360. His proficiency lies in educating how technology makes life easier for all. Gadgets has always been his hobby and he is often found finding his way around new technologies. In his spare time he enjoys tinkering with his car, participating in motorsports, and if the weather is bad, he can be found doing laps on Forza Horizon on his Xbox or reading a good piece of fiction. He can be contacted via his Twitter …more

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