A lot of iPhone and iPad users are reporting a problem with Safari browser in which they are not able to load any pages in the browser. The internet is connected and everything is working fine, but Safari won’t load anything. The browser just returns a blank page when a website is search or opened. Safari is having problems in connecting to the internet. The browser shows a blank white page, just like shown in the image below.
In this article I will tell you ways to fix Safari won’t load pages in iPhone and iPad.
Fix Safari Won’t Load Websites, Pages in iPhone, iPad
1- First things first. If your device is jailbroken, look no further. The problems of Safari browser are because of some jailbreak tweak you installed recently. Just delete all the tweaks and then restart your device and then check Safari browser by opening websites.
2- Kill the Safari app, end process and make sure all tabs are closed and the app is closed. Now switch your iPhone or iPad to Airplane, wait for a few seconds and then go to the normal mode. Open Safari and try opening websites. This will solve Safari won’t load pages or open websites.
3- Launch settings in your device and head over to General and then go to “Restrictions”. Scroll down and then tap on “Allowed Content”. This option controls the content that is allowed in the browser. Many users were able to fix by setting up the “All” option in the “Websites” section of Allowed Content tab. If the option is not set to “All”, this means that the browser is restricted to open several websites.
4- Resetting all settings is also a known way to fix Safari browser issues. Just open Settings and go to General tab and then tap on Reset and then select “Reset All Settings”.
5- Many users keep opening new tabs and there comes a time when the memory gets chocked and Safari does not load any web pages. Close all the tabs and everything will work just fine.