iPhone 911: "I Just Updated an App on my iPhone. Now It Won't Open" | Life In LoFi
My iPhone 4's memory usage before and after a quit-all and reboot. I'm not sure why this happens. I just know that I've been seeing more of it recently. I'll download the new update of an app that worked great before. And then when I try to open it... CRASH! I'm sure it has something to do with memory or how another poorly coded app has made the stack unstable (I don't know the exact technical specifics). The bottom line is, my app crashes. If this sounds familiar, here are a few steps you can take to try and bring a crashy app to a usable state before you fire off that 1-star App Store review. >>> 1. Reboot your iPhone Yes, I preach this, but rebooting your clears up these types of crashes more often than not. As you use your iPhone (or iPad or iPod Touch), its memory becomes fragmented. It may be effected by random fragments of code leftover from a previous app crash, making your device less stable over time. Rebooting your device clears all that. It loads the iOS fresh into