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Old 02-21-2015, 10:00 AM
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Still got issues with Apple as you see.
Also not remembering id...
Any help on the way?
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Old 02-21-2015, 10:30 AM
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Same issue using windows 7 and latest IE upgrade. Annoying isn't it!
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Old 02-21-2015, 10:36 AM
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Yes...have fixed log in probmlem on ipad with turning off private browsing..
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Safari stuttering issues:

Safari comes up time and time again as both a problem in itself and a root cause of other problems. Whether it's slow page loads or a sprawling temporary data cache, the default iOS Web browser is the source of many complaints. Trying to pin down an exact issue and its related solution is tricky, but there are some standard troubleshooting techniques you can work through that will clear up most difficulties.

We've already espoused the benefits of resetting key iOS options, and Safari has a separate settings panel of its own. In the Settings app, choose Safari > Clear History and Website Data to remove all of the temporary data and cookie caches that Safari is hanging on to. Like any reset, it forces Safari to start again with a clean slate, and with any luck it'll clear up the problems you're experiencing.

A handful of users have had some success with turning off various Safari features, including JavaScript (Safari > Advanced in Settings) and iCloud (iCloud > Safari in Settings) but these are workarounds rather than actual fixes. If you do decide to disable iCloud syncing for Safari then choose the option to delete all locally stored data. Again the idea is to erase any corrupted or troublesome files that might be causing a problem (and you can always resync Safari with iCloud again in the future).

Of course there's always the option to install a different browser app to use as an alternative to Safari. Even if it's not ideal, it at least provides a fix until Apple gets around to troubleshooting the problem, and you can make sure that your problems are in fact Safari-related rather than more general.
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