How to Fix: Safari Not Working on iPhone iPad After iOS 10.3.3/11 Update


Your Safari is not working on your iPhone or iPad after updating to iOS 10.3.3, or the latest iOS 11? Read this tutorial to get some tips to fix this problem.

May. 18, 2017

by Tom

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You know, to fix iOS problems and bugs and improve performance, Apple always continually release some iOS versions after the official final iOS version. Just like now, Apple released the latest iOS 10.3.3 to public. And iOS 11 is also coming soon. The new update brings us a new Apple ID profile in Settings, and AirPods owners can find their AidPods by making a sound on one or both AirPods with Find My iPhone, etc.

However, new update always means new problems or bugs. In this post, we will talk about Safari problems after updating to iOS 10.3.3, or even the latest version of iOS 11, and offer some basic tips to fix Safari not working on iPhone iPad.

After updating iOS, iOS testers and developers reported some Safari issues, such as Safari content blocker doesn't work, Safari crashes often and Website interface is broken in Safari.

Safari Problems in iOS 11 Beta 3 from twitter @jhamby

Safari Problems in iOS 11 Beta 3 from twitter @jhamby

If you are one of old iOS device users who have been using iPhone iPad for years, you may know that Safari problem is one of common iOS problems and there are some basic tips every iOS user could have a try when meeting this problem. Then, what are these tips? Now, let's have a look by following this post.

1. Change A Different Network

If your safari goes blank or accidently crashes on your iPhone iPad or iPod touch after iOS 10 or iOS 11 udpate, you can try to change a different Network and try again. And you should make sure that your device is well connected to the Internet, no matter Wi-Fi or Cellular Network. If you are using Wi-Fi, make sure your router is connected to Internet and DNS settings are correct.

2. Reset Network Settings

Sometimes the Safari problem may be caused by incorrect Network settings. Therefore, you can try to fix your Safari issue by resetting all Network settings to default. To reset network settings, just go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Notice that this method will remove all Wi-Fi login info. Therefore, after you reset Network settings, you have to re-enter password to connect Wi-Fi.

3. Clear Safari History & Website Data

If you want to fix your slow Safari and improve its performance in iOS 10 or iOS 11, cleaning out cache, cookies and history may be helpful. To remove all history and website data, just go to Settings > Safari > Clear History and Website Data. But notice that you will lose all browsing history, login data, theme selection, preferences and other customized functions.

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4. Restart Your iOS Device

If it has been a long time since you last restarted your iOS device, you can try a fully power off on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to fix your iOS 10/11 Safari problem. In this way, all processes on your device will be closed and the iOS memory will be completely released, which is helpful to let your Safari work in normal in iOS 10/11 operating system.

The Bottom Line

The basic tips we list above may not be helpful for fixing your "Safari Not Working" in iOS 10.3.3, or the latest version of iOS 11. Sometimes you have to wait for the next iOS update to fix your issues and bugs. And Apple allows you to report any iOS bugs to its support team. In the end, if you are fed up with the bugs in the current iOS version, you can follow our tutorial to downgrade to previous iOS version.

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