Last Updated on Aug 31, 2020
Many times WhatsApp crashes problem on iOS – New iOS for iPhone and iPad. Most of the people suffering from this crash error when Open WhatsApp and start chat or Send Picture or Text. Before this time WhatsApp auto stopped app when users are on it, that time WhatsApp accidentally stopped due to tap on some letters and symbols from the keyboard. But this time WhatsApp crash on iOS only not for the specific reason, till WhatsApp not given an update on this problem officially.
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Here are the maximum helping tips to resolve crash or automatically stopped working a problem on your iOS devices – iPhone, iPad.
The solved solution on WhatsApp Crashes on iPhone and iPad
Update: Please Make sure about your running WhatsApp app is up-to-date with the latest version of iOS. To check it Go to App Store > Updates > Under Available Updates (Find WhatsApp) > Tap on Update Button.
1. Disable WhatsApp auto backup on iCloud
Till Today Apple iCloud arise many problems on the error, Crash, and auto-stop by hanging open apps on your iPhone and iPad. So Most of the developer is testing own apps with compatible with actives and inactive iCloud as well.
As of continuing you have to stop iCloud sync in your iPhone and iPad. After disabled iCloud in your iOS device, auto backup also will be stopped. Then you can enjoy WhatsApp without crashing again and again.
Here are the steps to turn off WhatsApp auto backup in iCloud
Go to the WhatsApp app > Tap on Settings > Chats > Chat Backup.
Auto Backup > Tap on-off.
2. Turn Off/Disable iCloud drive
Cause behind to turn off iCloud Drive, WhatsApp never use the iCloud drive, But in future, it will be, so you can turn off in this way,
Settings App on iPhone > Tap on Profile > iCloud > Scroll Down and Find WhatsApp makes it disabled or turn off.
3. Remove From iDevice And install Again
Some installation problems and crashed by some threats and other apps collision process, As a result, WhatsApp crash on a latest iOS device, and your WhatsApp app might stop in between.
Reinstall without any data loss, From restoring data from the iPhone and iPad memory storage at the time of installation.
4: Issue With Third-Party Keyboard
Right now there are too many different types of third-party Keyboards Available on App Store. That most people are using on Chatting, Mail Typing, and more.
Go with the standard iOS keyboard, you can switch it from glob icon the on keypad.
Otherwise, uninstall or Delete keyboard from settings, Go to the Settings app on iPhone > General > Keyboard > Tap Edit on top right corner > Delete keyboard from (-) sign.
5. Don’t Restore Apps Through iTunes on Your iPhone and iPad
Apple store is giving the option to re-download the purchased app from the app store officially, Don’t be panic and take it easy it will be solved above very useful tips because I enjoyed my WhatsApp after mainly WhatsApp crash on iOS.
6: Restart or Hard Reboot iPhone
Quick Restart: Press/Hold Sleep-Wake button until you see the “slide to turn off” icon see on the iPhone screen.
Force Restart or Hard Reboot:
Press and Hold buttons until you see the Apple logo on Screen,
Force Restart Tip for iPhone 8 Plus/8 Plus/ iPhone X/ iPhone XS Max/ iPhone XS/iPhone XR:
1: Press and Quickly Release Volume Up button,
2: Press and Quickly Release Volume Down Button,
3: Press and Hold Side Button until you see the Apple logo on Screen.
To Start the iPhone, Again press the Side button until the startup apple logo on the screen.
For iPhone 6S and Earlier: Press and Hold “Sleep/Wake + Home button” simultaneously
For iPhone 7/7 Plus Users: Sleep/Wake + Volume Down button
WhatsApp will release a new WhatsApp update in near time on WhatsApp crash on iOS on iPhone and iPad.
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#7. Downgrade from iOS 14 beta to iOS 13.7
None of the above solutions worked to fix whatsapp crashing or not loading, and your Phone running in bets iOS then you should go back to public version stable iOS for that watch my bottom video.