I know this is off topic, but I was goolging this problem and it led me to this page. I have the same problems using an ipod touch, so it is probably inherent to the apps rather than the iPhone firmware. Sorry I know wrong forum, but it might Help in sorting out a fix.
Hey all I have the same problem but also a solution and possible explaination. I believe that the problem stems from having the iPhone for multiple days. When you hit the power button you only put the iPhone in a sleep mode. So, as you continue to use safari your Internet cache continues to fill. This takes up system memory to remember the cache. This may or may not take up to much memory and as a result reduces the phones capability to run two apps. So when you use safari it adds more to the cache and in effect causes the previous program, or the iPod, to crash. By simply powering off completely the cache is cleared so the memory is now empty and ready run safari and the iPod at the same time.
Exactamundo. Don't leave your iPhone running for days at a time without cycling the power and expect it to remain perfectly stable. No mobile device will do that. Cycle the power once in a while and you will not see these crashes and bugs so often!
My tunes crashed while on the browser too, until I started rebooting at least once a week or more (no "hard reset" needed.)
My music stops playing while using Safari. It happened to me at least six times this morning on the way to work! While looking at the Wall Street Journal or CNN home page. When you go back into iTunes, you even have to navigate back to the song. I tried powering down the iPhone BUT after I powered back up, it happened again. I had my iPhone for about three months before this started happening. I will try powering down more often and syncing with iTunes more often.
Apple, please tell us if there's a way to fix it!!! Thanks.
Happened to me today while browsing 2 websites. Only thing I can note that today and this thread, is that this seems to occur during heavy loading websites. While connecting to EDGE, playing music, and browsing a heavy website, the memory seems to crash and give precedence to the web.