Web page not loading correctly

IrmaN

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Oct 12, 2009
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Hi guys

Ever since I updated to iOS 10 I have had periodic problems with safari on my iPhone. First on iPhone 6 and now also on 7.

The problem is that webpages some times do not load correctly - se attached picture. It is as if the CSS components do not get loaded - but only links and text. It is not specific web pages but all kind of different one. If I turn off safari and start again, sometimes it helps and the web page loads correctly. If I turn off WIFI and run it via 4G it also helps. And also if I clear the cache it helps too. But and hour later and the problem is back again.....I am getting pretty tired of this, but I just can not find out what is wrong.

Any suggestions?

Thank you in advance
 

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beernut

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content blocker in use? they'll block all kinds of things and depending on how aggressive you set them.
 

IrmaN

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content blocker in use? they'll block all kinds of things and depending on how aggressive you set them.
I did not install any content blocker and in Safari setting on the iPhone there are non that are activated
 

beernut

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Regarding this:
"If I turn off WIFI and run it via 4G it also helps."

-Does it ever happen on 4G, or do pages always render correctly on 4G?
-For wifi, is it happening at specific locations (e.g. just your home wifi) or on any wifi network?
 

IrmaN

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Oct 12, 2009
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Regarding this:
"If I turn off WIFI and run it via 4G it also helps."

-Does it ever happen on 4G, or do pages always render correctly on 4G?
-For wifi, is it happening at specific locations (e.g. just your home wifi) or on any wifi network?
Hi

It also happens when on 4G after a while.
And it is on all kind of wifi locations.

But are there any settings that can be done on the WIFI or 4G that I might try?
 

beernut

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As it happens on both wifi and 4g, then there's no setting in one that would affect the other.
If there's no 3rd party app or component running, then there is no specific setting in safari that would cause it to behave like that that often.

it could very well just be iOS 10. it's possible that whatever you're browsing on a regular basis could be filling up safari cache causing it to slow down / lock up and not render correctly. i tried browsing thedailybeast from your screenshot for about 30 minutes on an iphone 6 / ios 10.0.2 and homepage and articles all rendered correctly.

(also, keep an eye on the number of tabs opening up and keep them in check; just because iOS 10 now allows safari to have unlimited tabs, doesn't mean you should let it do so ;)
 
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IrmaN

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Oct 12, 2009
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As it happens on both wifi and 4g, then there's no setting in one that would affect the other.
If there's no 3rd party app or component running, then there is no specific setting in safari that would cause it to behave like that that often.

it could very well just be iOS 10. it's possible that whatever you're browsing on a regular basis could be filling up safari cache causing it to slow down / lock up and not render correctly. i tried browsing thedailybeast from your screenshot for about 30 minutes on an iphone 6 / ios 10.0.2 and homepage and articles all rendered correctly.

(also, keep an eye on the number of tabs opening up and keep them in check; just because iOS 10 now allows safari to have unlimited tabs, doesn't mean you should let it do so ;)
Thank you so much for your answers!
Just in case, I will now turn off WIFI and the next few days only use 4G...to test it once again if it will happen on 4G
 
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