Safari "A Problem Occurred"

Rufuss Sewell

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Jun 25, 2010
277
192
Austin, TX
For the last couple weeks MacRumors has been constantly reloading with the message "a problem occurred so the page was reloaded"

I'm on a 6+. I was hoping the update to 8.4 would fix the issue. But no luck. Is this happening to anyone else? I don't see it being talked about.
 

Zaft

macrumors 68040
Jun 16, 2009
3,931
3,010
Brooklyn, NY
For the last couple weeks MacRumors has been constantly reloading with the message "a problem occurred so the page was reloaded"

I'm on a 6+. I was hoping the update to 8.4 would fix the issue. But no luck. Is this happening to anyone else? I don't see it being talked about.
I have the same issue, it happens only on certain sites. I guess ram??
 

Rufuss Sewell

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Jun 25, 2010
277
192
Austin, TX
It happens every few seconds on my 6+ on this site. You would think this site would have a lot of people with 6+'s complaining if it were just down to ram. Kinda weird.
 

C DM

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Oct 17, 2011
47,566
16,061
Have you tried clearing your Safari cache/data, restarting the phone, and perhaps resetting network connections to see if any of that might make a difference?
 

ohio.emt

macrumors 6502a
Jul 18, 2008
803
155
Ohio
Have you tried clearing your Safari cache/data, restarting the phone, and perhaps resetting network connections to see if any of that might make a difference?
Clearing the cache/data is what helped my 6+ we this kept happening to me.
 

e93to

macrumors 6502a
Jan 23, 2015
809
182
Toronto
Never happened to me. But I do delete Safari website data before completely draining the battery for recharge.
 

Jack426

macrumors regular
Jan 4, 2015
197
38
North Carolina
It's been happening to me (only on MacRumors) for quite some time now. I've tried every fix (aside from restoring my iPhone.) None of them have fixed the issue, which I also believe is coming from the ads on the page. I had the issue happen so many times while browsing one thread, that Safari refused to reload the page because "too many errors occurred." Very annoying...

Also, I clear my Cache/Cookies/History every night, which has yet to help.

Edit: The issue really seems to happen with moving ads, especially the X-Arcade ad.
 
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