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mease87 Level 1 (0 points)

My iphone 5S ( iOS 7 , 32gb) screen turns blue and reboots when I exit the Numbers app made by Apple . Other people seem to be having this problem as we'll . I've attached a link.


When I open numbers and a spreed sheet I made then exit the app it does it . Anyone have any kind of idea ?

iPhone 5s, iOS 7
  • rigel25 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the same problem. Even my ipad 3rd ed is like that after I upgraded to ios7. It happens everytime i play music then use other apps at the same time, once i change apps through double clicking blue screen appears and then reboots itself exactly the same as the video in your link. Maybe its ios7 issue coz it happens both on my ipad 3e and iphone 5s.

  • mease87 Level 1 (0 points)

    Yea it doesnt seem to do it on my ipad mini just my iphone 5s.  some other annoying things so far beside the blue screen.


    When listening to music on pandora or music app . it wont let me skip to the next song in the lock screen, you have to unlock the phone and skip in the app. 


    also have had a problem with 2 apps that were stuck on "Wating" and i couldn't delete them. had to go into setting>usage and delete them there. hope they fix these things soon.  i hope its a software problem and not the phone. 

  • The Nasty man Level 1 (0 points)

    Happened to me too Pages and Numbers, but after I created a new document it stops rebooting. All my original documents from my Iphome 4s download didnt work, thus I deleted them. Resent one of my documents from my Mac, and Numbers converted it. It then did not reboot

  • Boobooee Level 1 (0 points)

    Same here. It happens using Numbers from Apple.

    iPhone 5S 64 Gb.

    It's disheartening.

  • Sirod89 Level 1 (0 points)

    I face the same problem as well. Happened to me twice, once on pages and once on keynote.

  • jonyi89 Level 1 (0 points)

    I had the same thing just now after installing a new app fromt the app store. After I pushed the home button it went to the home scree, followed by blue screen, followed by reboot.

  • Arran Saunders Level 1 (0 points)

    Same thing happens to me except - Havent ever opened any iWork apps (but i have them installed)


    The iPhone got the bluescreen, now is stuck on the loading screen!!! wont boot up!!


    Sad for me since I got my 5S just today and its already completely unusable!

  • cubs2234 Level 1 (5 points)

    This has also been happening to me, but I haven't tried it with iWork apps.


    I've gotten the blue screen while just scrolling through the multitasking interface. Nothing too intensive, just scrolling.

  • Momma_MIA Level 1 (0 points)

    I've also been experiencing this.  Just got my 32gb 5s yesterday and it has blue screen/rebooted at least 20 times.  I restored it this morning and within the first 60 seconds it blue screen/rebooted and then again about 10 minutes later.  I have only used mail, safari, messages, calendar, phone/contacts, Facebook, & instagam.  All of my apps are up to date and I close them out when I'm not using them.  I have even turned off iCloud to see if that would help.  Still crashing.  Last night I was updating my contacts manually and it crashed/rebooted about every 10 minutes at that time.  I'm honestly shocked I've been able to type this without it happening.  It will soon I'm sure.  I've had an iPhone since day one and I'm so very disappointed.

  • Momma_MIA Level 1 (0 points)

    Would like to add that it just did it AGAIN right after I pos I this while I was texting.  This is horrible Apple.:(

  • anilsudhakaran Level 4 (1,465 points)

    Please give me a break!!

  • Gully666uk Level 1 (5 points)

    Mine randomly reboots.I don't use the iwork apps.

  • Alvince Level 1 (0 points)

    im facing this problem as well, it was so annoying... just bought 5S 64GB last night, and after i downloaded some apps then turn to blue screen and keeps restarting, the phone unable to switch on at all...


    i think apple should get us the response ASAP, im really ****** off right now since i bought this expensive phone!!

  • James G. Camp Level 4 (1,450 points)

    Could it be the A7 64 bit and logic board is too much cpu for the 4 inch sized phone ? Usually bsod's happen for any of a number of reasons ? Defect in a memory register ? Not enough battery power ? Short somewhere ? The iPhone 5s is passively cooled. Then there's always a buggy application ? There was a day when G4 and G5 Apple computers ran much warmer than pc cpu's from Intel & AMD ? Thus a reason why Apple moved to Intel cpu's ? The A7 is also going to power the next gen iPad ? Perhaps even the MacAir ultralight notebooks. Makes no sense to not have more powerful cpu & infrastructure to power those ? Any smartphone that is passively cooled uses the aluminum case to cool and dissipate the heat over the entire unit and use the smartphone as a 4 inch cpu cooler ? I have a HTC One and when I use an after market battery charger, the larger battery sets off overheat warnings during charging, especially with a Otterbox case cover to smother and keep the heat in. The One has a 4.7 inch aluminum case and larger battery too, might cool better but not as effectively as anticipated in a design. No bsod's but it does get quite warm on a hot summer day at times.

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