“I have been using Apple Notes for many years with no issues prior to my recent upgrade to iOS 11. I just upgraded to iOS 11 the day of the release and have now noticed that Notes is always crashing. ”
--Robert from Apple Discussion
Till now we have experienced many iOS 11 bugs, and one of the recent discussions is Notes app crashes when opened in iPhone or iPad, which brings a lot of troubles to those who use Notes a lot. If you happen to have the same problem, try below 5 quick solutions to fix iOS 11 Notes app crashing on your iPhone X/8/8+/7/6/6s/5s, iPad and iPod.
So when you notice iPhone Notes app won't work as expected, force close the app and relaunch Notes later to see whether it’s going to help. If not, you can consider giving it a reboot.
For iPhone X/8/8 Plus: Quickly press and release the Volume Up button then the Volume Down button. Hold down the side button till you see Apple logo.
For iPhone 7 earlier, iPad and iPod: Hold both Home button and Power button for 10 seconds. Let go when Apple logo appears. Replace Home button with Volume Down button
According to some users, some notes crashes on iOS 11 occur when using cellular data. So when you decide to edit notes, you can turn off cellular data and enable it after the work is done.
The bad communication between Notes app and iCloud sometimes can lead to iOS 11 Notes not working normally. If so, you can go to Settings > Your Account > iCloud. Turn off Notes from the list and wait for a while to turn on it later.
Those who have too many notes stored on iPhone or iPad are more likely to get Notes freezing on iOS 11 and encounter unexpected crashes. To fix this problem, I will suggest you use Tenorshare iCareFone to sync all notes to you computer and free up more memory space.
Just connect your device with Tenorshare iCareFone and select Files Manager > Notes > Select All > Export. There your notes will be moved to computer.
However, if the problem Notes app freezes and crashes won’t be solved by above methods, it may have something to do with your operating system. Therefore I would recommend you use Tenorshare ReiBoot to reinstall the iOS firmware.
After reading this post, hope you can benefit more or less and successfully get rid of Notes keeps crashing on iPad/iPad after updating iOS 11. Should all these methods fail to work, you can only restore with iTunes or contact Apple support.