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When Some People Type “Jerusalem,” the iPhone Displays a Palestinian Flag. Apple is Developing a Remedy

Apple is trying to resolve a glitch in the most recent version of the iOS operating system that causes some users to see the Palestinian flag emoji when they search for the term “Jerusalem” in the emoji keyboard.

The business informed CNN that it is aware of a flaw in the keyboard’s predictive emoji feature and is working on a fix that will be included in the upcoming iOS release.

Although iOS 17.4.1, the most recent version of Apple’s software, was released on March 21, some users on social media expressed displeasure upon learning of the flaw. An iPhone user questioned whether Apple knew the issue and whether it was deliberate in a post on X that was watched more than 2.3 million times. Apple said the problem was an error that wasn’t intentionally coded into the keyboard.

Territorial claims in the ancient city are as complex as the area’s history. Although most of the world views East Jerusalem as Israeli-occupied Palestinian territory, Israel conquered East Jerusalem and the other regions in 1967. It later claimed them as part of Jerusalem to unite the city as its capital. Israel, on the other hand, views Jerusalem as its exclusive capital. President Donald Trump’s US administration reversed decades of US international policy in 2017 when it recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

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