when you swipe to go back in safari, it first shows a non-interactive cached "image" of the previous page that then reloads. even worse, it's lately started showing the cached image, THEN the page you just swiped away from, and FINALLY the page you requested several seconds later. this makes it super annoying because you see your content and try to interact with it but can't; then you appear to go back to the page you just left, making you think you need to swipe back again, which will in fact take you further back. who the heck is letting this type of UX out the door at apple?? this is happening on both my iPad 3 (which one might try to explain away as "old" hardware), as well as an iPhone 6. also worth noting, none of this nonsense happens if you just press the back button. but with the UI now auto hiding, you have to first scroll up to even reveal the navigation buttons. yes, this is a little thing. but its a little thing that i do many times a day, so it adds up. and once upon a time apple built its brand on attention to the "little things."