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  Reply # 1036950 5-May-2014 12:35
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Are these largely due to memory issues (maybe not the NZ Herald app though)?  I'd be happy if the next iPad has more RAM...

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  Reply # 1036953 5-May-2014 12:38
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Did you do an over-the-air update? or via iTunes?  

Might be worth doing a clean restore of the iDevice to see if that helps.  Sometimes doing an inline upgrade ends up with weird bugs.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1036958 5-May-2014 12:48
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My Herald App was crashing well before 7.1.1 (infact, I only installed 7.1.1 yesterday, it has been crashing for weeks on the iPad).

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  Reply # 1036980 5-May-2014 13:24
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My iDevices are superbly reliable. Dont have NZ Herald app so added it. It ran then shut itself off. Thats a 100% hit. Well, I just started it on my 5S, and second article I went to the app shut off. This is 7.1 on both.

Webapp is fine.



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  Reply # 1037326 5-May-2014 20:52
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I had a chat with a couple of iOS devs (not me - I ain't that clever).
I believe the problem is with a change in the way iOS deals with multi tasking in the background. Some apps can handle it but others have real issues.

I believe the nzherald is possibly a different case as that seems to be rightly poked

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  Reply # 1037508 6-May-2014 08:31
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The update was also supposed to improve finger print recognition but I had to re-train mine.

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  Reply # 1037817 6-May-2014 16:25
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By the way the NZherald App updates available, at last fixed the crash.

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