Solutions: Unable to Open Links in Safari after Update to iOS 14/13/12/11/10/9.2/9.3
"HELP!!! The Safari on my new iPhone 6s running the latest iOS 9.3 would not allow me to connect to any of the links when I tried to link it, then freezed and crashed safari. How could I do now?"
iOS 9.3 has come with many attractive features; however, troubles come along. Lately, some users have reported that iPhone crashes on iOS 9.3 when tapping links in Safari, Safari on iOS 9.3 can't open links and links on email. Here I sort out three common solutions to fix the problem that links can't be opened in Safari after update to iOS 9.3 on iPhone SE, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, and earlier.
- Solution2. Force Reboot to Fix Unworkable Safari on iOS 14/13/12/11/10/9.2/9.3
- Solution3. Clean History and Caches from Safari with Tenorshare iCareFone (iPhone Care Pro)
Step1. Open your iPhone and navigate to Settings. Scroll down and select Safari.
Generally speaking, force reboot will be advised after your iPhone, iPad and iPod become completely unresponsive and errant. Hence, when iOS 9.3 bug cause safari to be unresponsive and can't open links totally, I suggest you to try this low tech solution that works to remedy most of issues. It only takes a few seconds, and which is really pretty easy.
Step1. Locate and press Power button that is on the top of the device.
Step2. Locate and press Home button that is in the bottom middle of the device.
Step3. Simultaneously hold down both Power and Home buttons for a few seconds until the device reboots itself.
Sometimes, too many caches and junk files on Safari will definitely cause unresponsiveness. Links in safari can't be clickable after upgrading to iOS 9.3 because of previously overabundant junk files. To completely remove caches in safari and make it reworks, I sincerely introduce Tenorshare iCareFone (iPhone Care Pro) – a professional optimizer for iPhone, iPad and iPod to make your device at the peak performance.
Step1. Run the program and go to the section of Speedup & Clean. Then click Quick Scan on the following page to check the overall performance of your iPhone.
Step2. After that, you can see all the junk files as well as temp files, photos, large files and redundant app file. Click Clean on the right to clear.
Step3. The program has automatically cleaned up junk files yet. Enjoy your iPhone with its fast speed!
Hope solutions above can be workable to fix problem that safari won't open links after iOS 9.3 update. If you have any question, you will be appreciated to leave it under the comment section.