The issue is corrected in iOS 11.2.6, which you can download now.
A Telugu unicode character is the latest bug that causes apps on iOS and MacOS to crash when rendering the character. These character sequences include the Telugu character that was last week reported to crash iPhone and iPad models when it is received or even pasted into a text area.
The bug will only crash the entire iPhone if a notification card or banner containing the character pops up on the device.
iOS 11.2.6 has been made available without a prior beta test release, suggesting that the bug was relatively simple to fix.
To protect yourself, you can update your phone on Settings General Software Update.
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Apple promised a fix for the bug last week which has now been released. Acting well on its promise to release an update for this bug before the big iOS 11.3 release, the company has pushed updates for all its operating systems.
Users state when apps try and load the particular Telugu character, they instantly become engulfed in a series of crashes.
The iOS 11.3 revamp is scheduled to come out in the spring.
You may clean install the update if you want, but I will not recommend that since is an extremely small update.