Problem Occurred With This Webpage So It was Reloaded

Apple’s Safari browser has been specifically developed to work when used with Apple Devices. But, it can sometimes irritate users with a “Problem occurred with this webpage so it was reloaded” message.

This Webpage was affected by a problem, and it was reloaded

Even though “Problem Occurred with this webpage so it was reloaded” message doesn’t stop users from using the internet however it can be frustrating and can indicate the presence of network or browser related issues on your device.

Most of the time this error message is caused by iPhone not having enough Random Access Memory, but it could also be due to a clogged browser caches in Safari, incorrect Network Settings or other issues.

1. Restart iPhone

The most efficient method to clear storage on iPhone is to shut down running applications and end any processes that have become stuck within your iPhone.

1. Go to Settings > General > tap on Shut Down.

2. Use the Slider to turn off the power OFF iPhone.

3. After iPhone is fully powered down, hold it for after 60 seconds and restart iPhone using the Power Button.

After the iPhone restarts After restarting, you can open Safari browser and check to see whether it’s functioning in a proper manner.

2. Clear Safari History & Website Data

The most frequent cause of Safari Browser problems on iPhone is because of problems with the Safari Cache being clogged up.

1. Go to Settings > Safari > scroll down until you reach the bottom and click on the Clear History and Website Data option.

2. On the confirmation pop-up, click on the Clear History along with the Data choice to verify.

This will bring up your Cache of Safari browser on your iPhone and let it work properly on your device.

3. Update Safari Browser

Verify that you’re using the latest version of the Safari browser in the iPhone and iPad.

1. Go to Settings > General > Software Update.

2. On the next screen, download and install the Updates (if there are any).

4. Disable Safari Suggestions

1. Go to Settings > Safari > turn off Safari Suggestions along with Search Engine Suggestions by shifting the toggle to an Off position.

In the next few minutes, you’ll be able to see Safari browser working better for your iPhone.

5. Reset Network Settings

If the above solutions did not aid, the issue could be due an error or damaged network settings on the iPhone.

NOTE: Make sure that you write down the WiFi, VPN and other network passwords before proceeding in the next steps.

1. Go to Settings > General > scroll to the bottom and click Reset.

2. On the next screen, select Reset Network Settings.

3. On the conformation pop-up, select Reset the Network Setting to confirm.

After that, reconnect the device to the WiFi Network. You will have the Safari browser functioning correctly on your device.

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