Safari works very well on the iPhone, but it’s not without its problems. In some cases, Apple’s native web browser may slow down, crash, or fail to load a website.

If Safari doesn’t work on your iPhone as usual, the following troubleshooting tips can help you patch your iPhone. Try the final fix, including resetting the iPhone settings, only if everything else fails.

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1. Update iOS

Have you recently updated your iPhone? The latest iOS updates often include known bugs and problem fixes for Safari. If your browser is unstable, it is essential to apply them.

Start by opening setting The app on your iPhone. next, Universal >> >> Software update..If updates are listed, tap Download and install Install it on your iPhone.

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<p>If you use the beta version of iOS, you expect inconsistent behavior with most native and third-party apps. In that case, wait for the next system software update (which may fix Safari) or downgrade iOS to a stable release.</p>
<h2>2. Kill the app and restart it</h2>
<p>Killing and restarting Safari usually fixes a temporary bug that occurs in Safari. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to launch the app switcher.  If you’re using Touch ID on your iPhone, press the Home button twice instead. Then select Safari and push it up to pull it out of the App Switcher. After that, quit App Switcher and restart Safari from the home screen.</p>
<h2>3. Restart your iPhone</h2>
<p>If quitting Safari and restarting it doesn’t resolve the issue, try restarting your iPhone. This is another way to fix a buggy web browser.</p>
<p>To do this, press and release quickly <strong>volume up</strong> button.Then immediately press and release <strong>Volume down</strong> button. At the end, <strong>~ side </strong>button.  If your iPhone uses Touch ID, <strong>~ side </strong>Buttons are enough.</p>
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When asked to confirm on your iPhone, swipe right to turn off your iPhone.After shutting down completely, press and hold ~ side Press the button again to restart.

4. Clear browsing data

Old Safari browser caches can also cause crashes and freezes. However, most commonly, your browser may not be able to load your website correctly. Try cleaning it up so you can start over with a fresh slate.

Go to setting App and selection Safari.. Scroll down the next screen and Clear history and website data..Then tap Clear history and data To confirm.

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<p>You can also perform additional steps to reset your iPhone’s DNS cache.</p>
<h2>5. Disable the experimental function</h2>
<p>Have you enabled Safari’s experimental features on your iPhone? They are exciting to use, but they can also cause problems.Move to <strong>setting </strong>>> >> <strong>Safari </strong>>> >> <strong>Altitude </strong>>> >> <strong>Experimental features</strong> Disables the switch next to features that are not yet active by default.</p>
<h2>6. Disable content blockers</h2>
<p>Have you set up a content blocker on your iPhone?  If Safari doesn’t work for loading websites, try disabling Safari.Move to <strong>setting </strong>>> >> <strong>Safari </strong>>> >> <strong>Content blocker</strong> Turn off the switch next to the content blocker to deactivate it. </p>
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<p>If that helps, please update the content blocker from the App Store or switch to another content blocker.</p>
<h2>7. Disable VPN</h2>
<p>If you’re using a VPN on your iPhone, don’t be surprised if you sometimes run into strange connectivity issues. Try switching servers or disable VPN altogether for the time being.</p>
<h2>8. Check the cellular settings</h2>
<p>Can Safari load websites into cellular data? You need to make sure that your browser has permission to use cellular data.Move to <strong>setting </strong>>> >> <strong>Cellular </strong>Make sure the switch next to Safari is enabled. </p>
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<p>If everything looks fine, try enabling and disabling airplane mode. This usually fixes a bug in the iPhone’s cellular connection.</p>
<h2>9. Renew your Wi-Fi lease</h2>
<p>If you’re having trouble loading a website into a particular Wi-Fi network in Safari, try renewing your Wi-Fi lease.To do this, go to <strong>setting </strong>>> >> <strong>Wifi</strong> Tap <strong>information </strong>The icon next to the Wi-Fi connection.On the next screen, tap the labeled option <strong>Renew lease</strong>..</p>
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If you have a Wi-Fi router nearby and you can access it, you can try restarting it.

10. Change the DNS

Is Safari still having problems loading websites over a particular Wi-Fi network? Try changing the DNS server. For example, Google DNS and OpenDNS are much better at finding web addresses and usually fix most connectivity issues.

To change the DNS server for Wi-Fi connection setting App, tap Wifi,Tap information Click the icon next to your Wi-Fi network and click Configure DNS.. Add a Google DNS or OpenDNS server and tap keep..

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11. Check the screen time

If you can’t access certain websites repeatedly, your iPhone may have a screen time limit. To confirm it setting >> >> Screening time >> >> Content and privacy restrictions >> >> Content restrictions >> >> Web content.. next, Unlimited access The setting is selected.

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<h2>12. Reset the network settings</h2>
<p>If you’re still having trouble loading websites in Safari, try resetting your iPhone’s network settings. This will restore the corrupted network-related settings to their defaults. </p>
<p><strong>Note:</strong> Resetting the network settings will remove all Wi-Fi networks and VPN connections from your iPhone. You will need to manually add it again after the reset procedure.</p>
<p>To reset the network settings:</p>
<p>1. Open <strong>setting </strong>App.</p>
<p>2. Tap <strong>Universal </strong>>> >> <strong>reset </strong>Choose <strong>Reset network settings</strong>..</p>
<p>3. Tap <strong>Reset network settings </strong>confirm one more time.</p>
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<h2>13. Reset all settings</h2>
<p>Was the above fix helpful? If not, you will need to reset all settings on your iPhone. This requires you to handle corrupted or improperly configured settings that prevent Safari from functioning properly. </p>
<p><strong>Note:</strong> Resetting all iPhone settings will restore all network, privacy, and system-related settings to their defaults. You will need to reconfigure them after the reset procedure.</p>
<p>Move to <strong>setting </strong>>> >> <strong>Universal </strong>>> >> <strong>reset </strong>Tap <strong>Reset all settings</strong> Reset all iPhone settings.</p>
<h2>Find your way again</h2>
<p>Would you like to return to browsing as usual in Safari? If Safari still doesn’t work as expected, we recommend resetting your iPhone to factory settings. Make a backup of your iPhone before proceeding, as the reset procedure will permanently delete all your data. If that’s not something you want to try right now, consider switching to an alternative web browser such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.</p>
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