A long press on a broken link causes the app you're in to crash, otherwise a standard tap highlights the link but nothing happens. Thomas Löwenbrück on 28/03/2016 at 19:04 said: New OTA-update for my iPad Air is just out!!! I've tried the usual methods of pressing home and on/off; slapping the ipad on the back; charging through the mains etc but nothing at all works. Maybe it was a coincidence (that the "timing" was right on my last attempt), or maybe my idea of blocking internet access through the PC contributed to it working. Source
So I have to wait till Apple gives an update. Started last week. After restarting and multiple attempts to pull up Google searches, I figured I’d update to 9.3 to see if the issue would go away. My issue is slightly different from anything else, so maybe this might provide other clues to someone who knows what they're doing.
Ben Collier's method didn't work for my wife's phone either. I'm sure Android Users probably suffer similar issues from time to time…but maybe don't have a single place like the Apple Forum to complain about it (although here it seems there's Pingback: Hagas lo que hagas, si usas iOS 9.3, no descargues la app de Booking si no quieres tener problemas - Teknófilo Luis on 28/03/2016 at 20:45 said: Why does my
All is well with Messages on my end. I miss him. How relevant is retina.js to my web projects? Safari Not Opening On Mac Reply Franz says: March 29, 2016 at 9:38 am A new ios user.
Unload all apps from multitasking screen. 2. Safari Not Responding On Mac Consider Downgrading iOS 9.3 If you are experiencing persistent problems with iOS 9.3 on a device, you may want to consider downgrading to the prior stable version of iOS 9.2.1. This is a serious issue that makes Mail app and Safari app useless on iPhone and iPad if you are impacted by it. It's one of the apps it's comes with.
It's alway been clean, it never had a problem but after the upgrade it is a Brick. Safari Is Not Open Anymore Bookmark the permalink. 55 thoughts on “Unable to open links in Safari, Mail or Messages on iOS 9.3” Pingback: „Unable to open links in Safari, Mail or Messages on iOS 9.3“ I started Xcode and viewed the device console log while I did the procedure you described. 2. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
Medina I followed both procesess with no success. David on 29/03/2016 at 18:18 said: Tried both recipes five times each, no luck with anything…Safari links, mail, map links etc. Safari Not Responding On Iphone This worked perfectly for me. Safari Not Working On Mac thanks Posted on Apr 23, 2013 2:48 PM Reply I have this question too Q: Safari not working...
Open it from the Finder by choosing Go>GotoFolder from the menu bar. this contact form From the Safari menu, choose Preferences. Me and my husband have got iphone 6plus and we both updated at the same day and he's not having any problem .. Reply Werner says: March 27, 2016 at 6:13 am Exact same situation with my iPhone 6 Reply DocR says: March 25, 2016 at 7:06 pm Since Tim Cook took over leadership Safari Not Responding On Ipad
Come on Apple - get it sorted. Reply Evert says: March 28, 2016 at 3:22 am I have the safari/link problem with my iPhone 6, how on earth is it possible they make a big mistake like that! The itunes software that installs on a mac or pc is the one Paul is commenting on above. http://drivit.net/safari-not/safari-not-working-on-iphone-6.html Pingback: Poorly behaved app causing crashes and link problems for some iOS 9.x users - Diashmond Pingback: Poorly behaved app causing crashes and link problems for some iOS 9.x users -
Reply Fatima says: March 28, 2016 at 8:30 am I have an iPhone 5s, and using iOS 9.2.1. Safari Not Responding On Macbook It doesn't seem to be all older models which experience problems, therefore. I have a 9.2 (not 9.2.1 or 9.3), but unfortunately I installed booking.com app a week ago, caused this whole pain.
My iPhone 5 runs perfect without any problems before upgrading to Ios 9.3. RosynaKeller It only affects people that had their iOS device download the association data for the week ending March 28th, when booking.com replaced the bad file with a good file. Lost count of the number of OS's I've used over the past 40 plus years. Safari Not Responding On Macbook Pro Feeling pretty pissed off with Apple.
The symptoms you describe can sometimes be fixed by running this utility.Run it now and see if it makes any difference. You may need to try this a few times for it to work, it seems like a specific timing needs to occur for the correct caches to clear. Also tried Ben Colliers' method a number of times with no luck. Check This Out Force quitting mail didn't help.
blloyd78 I've tried this several times on an iPad Air and an iPhone 6 Plus and it has worked on neither :( noelg_77 Dude, you should provide the source of your Question is: what triggered it? the "cure" of last resort is an Archive and Install of the System.I'll give it a little more thought and maybe someone else will pass by with a suggestion you could You may be able to resolve this, or the "Unable to Activate" error post iOS 9.3 with a computer and iTunes.
However also other Apps cause this. This time I tried YuengDog1983's fix along with Vidal S's tip and got Safari working again. Since he's in charge they've lost quality and done a few things that Steve said were no-nos, such as a big iphone (the 5.5″ plus models), a large 12″ ipad (pro) I then set up the iPad as a "new iPad" and synced my photos and music using icloud (I didn't do a restore from the back up in icloud) and re-entered
Thx Pingback: Broken iPhone links frustrate thousands as Apple scrambles to fix problem - The Guardian - Apple iPhones() Pingback: Broken iPhone links frustrate thousands as Apple scrambles to fix Reply Abdo says: March 26, 2016 at 3:02 am safari not working after update iPhone 6 to ios 9.3 Reply John says: March 26, 2016 at 3:39 am A quick ps This is a frustrating issue that has impacted many users without an obvious solution until Apple releases a software update to resolve the problem. First, check the date and time on your system clock-strange, but true.