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Topic # 160581 12-Jan-2015 13:53
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I have noticed a PITA bug with the 6 Plus and current iOS version.

Often Safari will close if you rotate to landscape from portrait immediately - or it will work for a few minutes then just randomly quit Safari.

Also noted that links you should be able to touch (e.g. to go to a new page) are dead in landscape but work fine as soon as you rotate to portrait.

Anyone else seen similar behaviour?





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  Reply # 1212559 12-Jan-2015 14:12
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Not me so far. The only bug I can say I have noticed was the landscape bug, not returning to portrait (or vice versa) but thats been fixed.

I'd remove the running apps and then do a hard restart and try to replicate that

(I thought a hard restart, Home and Sleep till logo pops up) , was a full restart. As in restart the computer. Why are the running apps still running? I thought they wopuld all be cleared?  

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  Reply # 1212894 13-Jan-2015 06:37
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Never seen this one myself to be honest.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1212920 13-Jan-2015 08:26
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Restore your iPhone and see if the problem persists.  If it does, Restore it again and set it up as new (i.e. not using a backup) and see if the problem persists.  If the problem still exists then it is likely a bug.  If not then it's just an anomaly with your iPhone.

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  Reply # 1212946 13-Jan-2015 08:54
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gehenna: Restore your iPhone and see if the problem persists.  If it does, Restore it again and set it up as new (i.e. not using a backup) and see if the problem persists.  If the problem still exists then it is likely a bug.  If not then it's just an anomaly with your iPhone.


Or an issue with a subsequently installed app? If it exists after a backup restore

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