I haven't been able to go more than a couple minutes without Safari crashing on me today. Apple really needs to fix this issue. I'm not enjoying having it quit over and over again.
rldunn said:Did you clear your Safari cache out (done through Settings-Safari, option at the bottom), and does that help?
I agree. Just wanted to make sure you knew there was a way to fix it temporarily. I've had to do this as well, but only a few times. Seems to be needed more after visiting certain website or trying more complex things (many web pages open at once).Surf Monkey said:I did that and I rebooted iPhone. It helped. Thing is, one really shouldn't have to do that stuff to make sure the browser is reliable.
The same thing happened to me yesterday! Wildest thing. Except for me, it wasn't just vibrating, the ringer was going off too. The person on the other line said she didn't hear it, but it was wild. I tried making another call and the instant the phone connected, it started ringing and vibrating again.dakdag said:Here's something weird. Just got my iphone a couple of days ago and so far it has exceeded my expectations as far as fun-ability and usability. The only thing that has happened is yesterday i was on a call, another call came in, the call i was talking to hung up right as i went to the other call. the phone started vibrating like a call was coming in and continued to pulsate-vibrate while on the call. I hung up, made another call, and again it pulsated-vibrated through the duration of the call. Called a few more people to see and continued to do it. Turned the phone off, back on and no more. No big deal i guess but it was interesting. Thought ya'll might like to hear it.