Safari crashes: I found the solution

seb481

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Safari kept crashing on me yesterday, which made me freaking angry. I really didn't know what to do until I remembered this good ol' iPhone is a computer.

So I just rebooted the thing. I held the sleep button for a few seconds, iPhone turned off, and I turned on the phone again.

I then opened safari and tried to crash it again by opening multiple windows but it didn't crash.

I hope this will help some of you.
 
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Safari kept crashing on me yesterday, which made me freaking angry. I really didn't know what to do until I remembered this good ol' iPhone is a computer.

So I just rebooted the thing. I held the sleep button for a few seconds, iPhone turned off, and I turned on the phone again.

I then opened safari and tried to crash it again by opening multiple windows but it didn't crash.

I hope this will help some of you.
That's not exactly news, but maybe someone who doesn't know yet will benefit from your advice. The iPhone is a computer, and a reboot now and then will do it some good! :laugh2:

Heck, just this week I stumbled across how to rearrange my Safari bookmarks on the iPhone! Doh!
 

iphonenut

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That's not exactly news, but maybe someone who doesn't know yet will benefit from your advice. The iPhone is a computer, and a reboot now and then will do it some good! :laugh2:

Heck, just this week I stumbled across how to rearrange my Safari bookmarks on the iPhone! Doh!
Haha...i learn something new about my phone everyday.

I just learned a couple days ago how to turn off the "click" sound when using the keyboard. It's fine at home, but the constant "click-click-click" can get kind of annoying at work.
 

seb481

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Turning off the "clik clik" is the very first thing I did to my iPhone I think. This is the most anooying sound in the world. :sick: