Last Updated on Sep 18, 2021
New iOS update, especially for pre-installed apps, is too much improved in functionality and use. In that, some tools might not work correctly due to some internal iOS or App problems. Here’s I tried to cover all the possible errors and causes that help and stop Different apps like Notes, Safari, Files app keeps crashing in iOS and iPadOS.
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Compatible iPhone, iPad models: iPhone 13 (Pro Max) mini, iPhone 12 (Pro Max) Mini, 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, XS Max, XS, XR, iPhone x, iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6S/6S Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5S.
Fixed out iOS Apps keeps crashing: Notes, Safari, Files, Message, ect..
The complete guide to Fix App crashing after iOS 15 Update
1: Check for Update
Check and get a new iOS update on your iPhone and iPad. Apple New iOS seeds come out with all bug fixes and improvements.
Let’s update iOS using OTA (Over-The-Air) method,
Open the Settings app > Tap General >Click on Software Update. [Latest available software is iOS 15 and the testing software is iOS 15.1 beta]
2: Check for Apps Updates
1: Launch the app store on iPhone, iPad.
2: Search Notes app, Files app in app store search box.
Check if any update is available, yes – then tap on the update button at first.
Other iOS apps – Safari, Photos apps are built-in applications for iDevice.
The most common issues are,
- Unable to create new Note in the notes app on iPhone, iPad
- App crashing on Drag and Drop in Files app
- Safari keeps crashing
- Mark up tools in Mail, Photos, and Notes app – New mark up tools allow users to draw and make some editing within the app under sharing tools.
3: Reset all Settings of your Device
Have you Make some restriction or passcode for some application that prevents unauthorized access. Make all the settings to the default value
Steps to Reset All Settings in iOS 15 and Later Version
Go to the “Settings” app > Tap “General” > Find and open tap “Transfer or Reset iPhone” > Tap “Reset” > Lastly tap on “Reset All Settings”
> For security reasons, you will be asked to enter the iPhone Passcode. >Tap Confirm Reset All Settings. > After that iPhone will reboot.
Steps to Reset All Settings in iOS 14 and Earlier Version
Head to Settings App> Click General > Scroll the screen all down tap Reset
Click on Reset All Settings. your phone will be asked to enter a phone unlock screen password so enter it and follow-on screen instructions.
4: Backup and Restore
Backup device: We can take backup iPhone, iPad on iTunes [Recommended, Fast and Easy], or iCloud. Read more Steps: Backup iPhone
Erase All Contents: After that reset all the settings and content. Go to the Settings > General > Reset > Reset all Content and Settings.
Restore: Connect your iOS device, Put in DFU Mode, and install new iOS then restore the old backup on iPhone, iPad. Know about: Clean install
5: Safari keeps crashing after update
Large safari (History and Website Data) data saved on iPhone local storage. Remove it from Settings,
Head to Settings App > Find and Tap Safari > Click Clear History and Website Data. And in last follow on-screen instructions to terminate the procedure.
6: iOS beta installed, Remove Beta
Remove beta profile from iPhone settings, Switch iOS beta to the public.
Or clean install explained in the above 4th step.
7: Downgrade iOS device: iOS 15 to iOS 14.8
App crashing is too big an issue for you, want to use the app urgently, and none of the above solutions works then downgrade to the latest final version.