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iOS 13.2 - Safari browser refresh upon particular action on application

On iOS 13.2, my safari page refresh every time when there is a user action on the application, say I've a flip camera functionality on the web application & by taping flip camera safari browser is refreshing the page & loading a fresh, this behavior is observed after updating my iPhone to iOS 13.2 version

iPhone XR, iOS 13

Posted on Oct 28, 2019 11:40 PM

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Oct 29, 2019 7:27 PM in response to VV2213

It seems to be an issue I too have encountered, I read a lot using Safari and since 13.2 update if I briefly switch to other apps and go back to safari it refreshes all the pages like its run out of memory. Wasn’t an issue with any of the other 13.x updates, hopefully a fix will be had soon cos’ it’s annoying to keep losing my reading place!

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Oct 29, 2019 7:27 PM in response to VV2213

It seems to be an issue I too have encountered, I read a lot using Safari and since 13.2 update if I briefly switch to other apps and go back to safari it refreshes all the pages like its run out of memory. Wasn’t an issue with any of the other 13.x updates, hopefully a fix will be had soon cos’ it’s annoying to keep losing my reading place!

Oct 30, 2019 8:38 AM in response to PAC2007

I am also having the same issue on my iPad Pro (3rd Generation). Leaving safari -- even for a brief moment -- can cause the webpages to reload. I wasn't having this issue on iPadOS 13.1.3. I am also finding that the Mail app refreshes more often. There seems to be a RAM management issue with this latest version of iPadOS. It's frustrating that these bugs persist and new bugs emerge with later "more polished" versions of iOS/iPadOS 13.

iOS 13.2 - Safari browser refresh upon particular action on application

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