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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by sergiuria, Nov 24, 2008.
It crashed mine!
It crashed my firefox for a few seconds too.
Yea.. I mean the Mobile Safari
Well if it crashed my firefox, it's for sure going to crash 2.2...
Oh man. My first crash since 2.2.
My first crash since 2.2 also.
Maybe it's because there's a ton of comments to the article. It's probably overloading the memory that Safari is allowed to use. It froze Safari 3.2 for a few seconds while it loaded the entire page.
Locked my whole phone and I had to reboot it. I was also listening to a podcast at the same time. What I find hilarious is that this is an iPhone site!
It froze my whole phone.
Not a problem on my 3G iPhone, my MBA or my Mac Pro (running Safari 4.0)...
Second attempt and my Iphone did it without any lag, at all!
Never crashed on my iPhone 2.2 running Safari
Nope, took awhile to load, like a couple extra seconds, but it didnt crash. I'm on the iPod touch though..
This didn't crash my Firefox, but my comp hesitated and the CPU usage went way up (and I have a quad core processor). I'm not surprised this page would crash Mobile Safari.
It was a long load, but that's about it.
It didn't crash mine.
It didn't crash and it didn't take that long to load either...
it works a lot better now!
It actually crashed my whole phone. Safari froze up, and I tried to hit the home button and it rebooted. I didn't hold the home button down, I just hit it once and the screen went blank and the next screen was the apple logo!
First safari crash of 2.2 goes to... the dev team.
nope, it only took a couple seconds to load
Apple built into Safari 2.2 an automatic crash if a user browses to the Dev-Team site. Hah! Not really, but that would be wicked funny!
It took a while to load, but didn't crash. The top of the page had some overlapping text.
Dint crash me, also before upgrading to 2.2 i did a full restore and i find it very stable and faster.
I don't know if it's related to me testing that link, but right after posting my reply above, I 'locked' my iPhone and took a shower. After the shower, I went to wake the iPhone and the display told me to 'Connect to iTunes' and would only allow emergency calls. After I connected to my computer, it said my phone was 'now activated.' WTF?! I'm glad this didn't take long to fix as I was heading out the door to meet my carpool and didn't have time for any kind of restore. Had I not checked it before heading out, I'd have been without my phone all day.