A reader emailed and asked, "why is safari not working?" For some reason, s/he had Safari problemswhen using Apple's web browser on their iPhone X. We replied via email and helped the user fix the Safari browser issue. However, for all our readers, in this article, we discuss how to troubleshoot and fix the Safari app.
If your something hampers your browsing experience, the first thing to check is your internet connection. For example, try to load a website that's always up like google.com. If it fails to load, try using a cellular data connection or a different WiFi network.
The first thing to try is to clear your Safari history and website data. This helps get the Safari browser working on iPhone or working in iOS. Here's what to do:
After clearing Safari's history and data, launch the Safari app. Then, verify that you can access your favorite websites using the application. However, if Safar crashes, continue with the tutorial.
As the title suggests, delete the Safari app from your device. Then, head to the app store and download the app again. Finally, once the installation completes, check to verify that the app works as it ought to work.
Sometimes, a simple restart can help resolve Safari issues. I don't think that we have to explain how to restart your iPhone or iPad. However, for reference sake, here's what to do:
Once the restart completes, open the Safari browser on your device and check that you can access a website. Preferably, the website that you were trying to access when the problem occurred.
If Safari is not working on your Mac. You may need to disable Safari suggestions. To do so, follow the below instructions:
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