Twitter for iOS is reportedly affected by a strange bug that logs users out of iOS 15. After several users reported this bug to Twitter, the microblogging platform said it would investigate. A large number of users on the platform have complained about being logged out of the app on multiple occasions as well. The bug is also said to affect all accounts that a user has signed in to through their iOS 15 device.
According to a report by 9to5Mac, many Twitter users who are using iOS 15 on their iPhone or iPad are experiencing unexpected logouts. Users have reported that they are randomly logged out of all accounts linked to their iOS device. The company tweeted that it was investigating the issue but did not provide any details about the error.
Can you see this or are you logged out?
We’re looking into a bug that causes unexpected sign-outs on iOS 15. We’re sorry for the inconvenience and will update you about a fix.
– Twitter Support (TwitterSupport) November 24, 2021
According to the responses to the post, it is clear that a large number of users on iOS 15 are facing the error. Several users also reported that they were signed out of Twitter multiple times. Moreover, users are also reporting that they are logged out of all their accounts.
Earlier this week, Twitter announced that it had updated its iOS app to fix a bug that caused users’ tweets to disappear while they were trying to read them on the app. The issue affected users at the platform level and was first resolved for the web client. The bug fix is now rolling out to users on iOS. Twitter states “Now when you pause scrolling your timeline to look at a tweet, it should stay the same!” The platform has not yet revealed when the tweets disappearing issue will be resolved to users on Android smartphones and tablets.
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