Twitter Investigating Bug Causing Unexpected Logouts on iOS 15

Twitter Support has acknowledged a bug causing unexpected account logouts on iOS 15, promising that its teams are working on a fix and that it'll keep users updated on when it's resolved.

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Posts on Twitter over the last several hours have shown users experiencing the bug, with some sharing frustrations that the app is requiring them to log back into Twitter upon every app launch. While some of the reports lack the specificity that the bug is happening on iOS devices, it seems likely to be the case following the acknowledgment from Twitter itself.

Users impacted by the bug are advised to ensure they're running the latest Twitter version from the App Store and monitor the company's support account for updates.

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Top Rated Comments

dannys1 Avatar
30 months ago
I wish Twitter would get replaced by something else now. I don't like these web companies dominating for ever - it was better in the early dates of social media where the platform would change every 3 years - gives them less power, keeps them on their toes. We've had Twitter dominate for 14 years now!
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
metapunk2077fail Avatar
30 months ago
All social media sites are toxic buggy **** and their CEOs are criminals.

Dedicated sites and hobby forums like this is the only thing that needs to exist.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
cyberslammer Avatar
30 months ago
Permanently log out.

Most of Twitter are bots and Jack Dorsey is a POS who is against free speech.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jjudson Avatar
30 months ago
That doesn’t sound like a bug, it sounds like a benefit…
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
alpi123 Avatar
30 months ago

I wish Twitter would get replaced by something else now. I don't like these web companies dominating for ever - it was better in the early dates of social media where the platform would change every 3 years - gives them less power, keeps them on their toes. We've had Twitter dominate for 14 years now!
I don't see how Twitter's popularity affects you, if anything, Twitter is way more casual than say Facebook. Dunno what kind of power you're referring to. Your comment makes zero sense
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gank41 Avatar
30 months ago
I’ve found that most apps don’t keep me signed in on iOS 15, thru any of the updates. The Chase Bank app, my Credit Card apps, Fandango, a few others..
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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