Safari Freezing And Crashing On iPhone 5c!

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    When using the iPhone, one of the favorite activities for many is browsing the web, and when it comes to mobile browsers, Safari is certainly one of the best. Some iPhone 5c users complained about issues such as freezing and crashing, and if you have the same problem, there are a couple of solutions you can try. We have prepared 5 ways to fix Safari freezing and crashing on iPhone 5c, and we are sure you will find them useful, because your favorite browser will work like a charm again.

    See also: 5 Ways To Fix IPhone 5c Freezing After IOS 8.4 Update

    5 ways to fix Safari freezing and crashing on iPhone 5c

    Solution No.1: Force an app to close

    Let’s start with the simplest of all 5 ways to fix Safari freezing and crashing on iPhone 5c. When having a problem with certain app, including Safari, which isn’t working properly or it’s completely unresponsive, you should force that app to close, and here is how you can do that:

    • Click on the Home button two times
    • You will see the apps you have been using
    • Swipe right or left to find Safari
    • Swipe up to close it.
    Solution No.2: Clear Safari cache, cookies, and history

    When Safari keeps on crashing on iPhone 5c, or when it’s freezing, you should clear history, cookies and cache. Go to Settings and select Safari. Then, tap on Clear Cookies and data, and tap on Clear History.

    Solution No.3: Safari website data

    Another thing that should do is to clear Safari website data on your iPhone 5c:

    • Navigate to Settings
    • Select Safari
    • Select Advanced
    • Tap on Website data
    • Scroll down and choose Remove all Website Data
    • Confirm the action.
    Solution No.4: Restart your device

    To restart your device, press and hold the power button, and move the slider to the right to turn off your device. To turn it back on, press and hold the power button again.

    Solution No.5: Reset all settings

    When you reset all settings on your device, you will have to do some things such as connect to your Wi-Fi network again and add the password, but since this solution can fix the problem you should certainly try it out.

    • Navigate to Settings
    • Tap on General
    • Tap on Reset
    • Select Reset all Settings
    • Confirm that you want to reset all settings.

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