All iPads iPad Mini Retina Safari Crashing

Discussion in 'iPad' started by Todd36, Dec 25, 2014.

  1. Todd36 macrumors newbie

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    Ipad Crashing?

    Purchased an iPad Air (cellular) last year but returned it (twice) due to the constant Safari crashes. In my case all the logs said insufficient memory with only a few tabs open. No games or apps running.
    I purchased a new iPad Air 2 weeks ago, and while the Safari crashing problem appears to be fixed, I would like to purchase a mini Retina 2 (cellular) as it is not only substantially cheaper, but more portable. Will the mini Retina 2 crash like my iPad Air 1, or have recent updates fixed the Safari crashing problem that forced me to return my original Air?
    Many thanks!
     
  2. sanke1 macrumors 65816

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    If the webpages you visit are too heavy then 1 GB RAM of iPad Minis will get filled up easily. Hence Safari crash.

    Apple wants you to upgrade to 2 GB iPad Air 2 this year or wait for next year's Mini 4 which may have 2 GB RAM as well.

    You cannot do anything about it. Clearly a hardware limitation and Apple being a miser in upgrading RAM in their models.
     
  3. matraco macrumors regular

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    My mini 2 definitely crash on some pages, mainly facebook and some other heavy sites, it takes a while however... but overall it is not constantly crashing in most pages. I dont know how often and in what sites did you have the problem.
     
  4. mangomind macrumors 6502a

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    Try settings > safari > block cookies > allow from current website only
     
  5. Todd36 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thanks Sanke, I was afraid it would still happen, but my frugal side was hoping that it would have been fixed.
    I agree it was (and is) a cheap move on Apple's part to cheap out on the Ram.

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    The site I needed it for the most is probably considered heavy, and would crash as many times as I would visit it (20 times in as many minutes if I attempted to log back in). I did not try blocking cookies from other websites, (thanks for the suggestion) however I only had one website open at the time and even tried shutting down other running apps.
     

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