Safari/iOS Bug: In Case You Haven't Seen It Already

NewfieDrool

Banned
Wow for once I've escaped this, mind you my mini is so slow I doubt I would notice :)
MacBook is fine too.
 

Pisto_Grih

Distinguished Member
Fix has already been announced - its a server side bug so might take a while until caches are updated.
 

mjn

Distinguished Member
Yeah, was a bit frustrating today. Easy fix though.
 

Eric

Distinguished Member
Wife had this earlier today with her iPhone 5c, I told her to turn it off and on haha! It's now on my iPad 2. Using chrome at the moment, but good to know it's not just not us now.
 

christam

Well-known Member
I had to clear the cache on both the MacBook and iPad before normal service resumed, even after the bug was "fixed".
 

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