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Delpierooo says

Hi all.

Is there anything specific that should not be used in the page coding(js/php/html, ..), because it makes the iPad3 Safari browser crash. The thing works ok on all PC browsers(including Safari) and on iPad2 as well. What is so special or can be an issue on iPad3 that it crashes Safari?

Really appreciate all the help.

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aaranmcguire says

If anything it will be the Javascript on the website..

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pego says

Looking for this answer as well.. like many others I think..

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Delpierooo says

Is there anythins specific that I should take notice at javascript? Maybe what not do use? Like said, it works ok on iPad2.

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wickedpixel says

It may be a problem with the ipad, not the web. Maybe they will fix it in the next ios update. Until then, that is the Apple quality. :p

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kotofey says

It may be a problem with the ipad, not the web.

+1 It’s true

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Tean says

Give us the link so we can try.

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pezflash says

Is funny (and interesting, and sad, maybe) that when something crash on iThings always are others fault, and the worst thing is that us (devs) start to look for possible fixes. Instead of just claim for a better product-software.

The kind of politic “i will release what i want, the world will adapt to me” annoys me.
And i think is far away from something “ethic”, businessly speaking.

But we all know i’m not a fan of the bitted apple company, so who cares.

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flashedge says

Apple patented douchebaggery. Deal with it.

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doru says

Apple patented douchebaggery. Deal with it.

maybe is the winning path.

http://www.zdnet.com/apple-patent-could-remotely-disable-protesters-phone-cameras-7000003640/
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