If Your iPhone Keeps Crashing After That Update There Is An Obvious Fix

Apple are aware of the issue.

If you recently updated to the new iOS 9.3 and are now unable to access any links in Safari, do not worry.

Several iPhone users have also reported trouble wth links in Messages, Mail and Notes.

Apple have acknowledged the bug and said they are working on a fix, 9to5 Mac reports.

Frustrated iPhone users tweeted @AppleSupport asking for solutions.

In response, Apple said: “We are aware of this issue, and we will release a fix in a software update soon."

While we wait, Apple Insider have published a list of temporary fixes

1. Disable JavaScript

You can do this by going into Settings, Safari, Advanced, JavaScript.

2. Long press links in Chrome

However, this only works with certain links.


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