Safari Keeps Crashing on the iPhone?

Safari Keeps Crashing on the iPhone?

When you open your safari browser on your iphone and safari keeps crashing or safari browser closes on its own then you need to try restarting your iPhone, clear browsing history and website data, reset network settings and fix issue of safari keeps crashing on iPhone. 

Solution 1 :- Force Close Apps and Restart your iPhone 

Step 1: First, swipe the screen up from the bottom and pause slightly in the middle of the screen. Here you can see recently closed apps. After that, swipe all the apps up to close them forcely.

Step 2: Then launch Settings app on your iPhone.

Step 3: Here tap General.

Step 4: Then scroll down to Shut Down and tap it.

Step 5: Now drag the slide to power off slider to turn off your iPhone and wait until your iPhone completely turns off.

Step 6: After that, turn on your iPhone. To turn on your iPhone, hold down the Side Button until the Apple logo flashes.

Step 7: Now Safari should work fine on your iPhone. 

Solution 2 :- Clear History and Website data 

Step 1: First, open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Step 2: Then scroll down to “Safari” and tap it.

Step 3: Here scroll down to “Clear History and Website Data” and tap it.

Step 4: Then select “Clear History and Data” in the pop-up box to confirm.

Step 5: Now force close apps and restart your iPhone as I said in the first solution . 

Solution 3 :- Check Your internet Connection 

This issue may occur because of poor Internet connection. So, make sure that your Internet connection is strong and stable. If you are using Cellular Data, switch to Wi-Fi. If you are already using Wi-Fi, switch to Cellular Data or try different Wi-Fi networks.

Solution 4 :- Reset Network Settings 

Step 1: First, open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Step 2: Then scroll down to “General” and tap it.

Step 3: Now scroll down to “Reset” and tap it.

Step 4: Here select “Reset Network Settings”.

Step 5: Then you will be asked to enter your Passcode; Enter it.

Step 6: After that, select “Reset Network Settings” in the pop-up box to confirm.

Step 7: Wait until your iPhone restarts.

Step 8: Then, turn on Wi-Fi/Cellular Data and check whether Safari is working or not.

Here we have some other solutions to fix this issue. Try these solutions one-by-one and check whether Safari is working or not.

Step 1: First, uninstall and reinstall the Safari app and check whether it is working or not.

Step 2: Second, update your iPhone to the latest version of iOS.

Step 3: Third, delete all unwanted files and apps from your iPhone to free up space. Then restart your iPhone.