This article explains how to fix stock apps when they are crashing on i Phone, i Pad, and i Pod Touch.Unfortunately, with every operating system out there, you will find bugs and those bugs often cause apps to crash.But what can you do when your i Phone apps won’t update?
However, it gets a little more tricky when you are dealing with a Stock App (the apps that come preinstalled on your i OS Device – Maps, Messages, Mail, Calculator, Camera, etc.), partly because you can’t delete and reinstall these apps. Close App from Multitasking Tray This is the first step and it is the same step that needs to be done with a 3rd party app that is crashing.So, how do you fix stock apps when they are crashing? When an app crashes, simply double press the home button and then swipe up on the app that is crashing.You can check the amount of storage on your i Phone by going to Settings - i Phone Storage.You will see how much storage is used and how much is available.There are two types of people in the world: those who don’t mind dozens of little red notifications on their i Phones, and those who can’t rest easily until every last bubble alerting them to an update, email, or message is taken care of. Any time my App Store icon gets a telltale red bubble alerting me to an i Phone app update, I jump to get the latest version faster than you can say “Twitter.”So you can imagine my frustration, and I can imagine yours, when those i Phone apps won’t update.
This is a problem that plagues a lot of i Phone users!Your i Phone has a limited amount of storage space apps may take up a lot of that storage space.If your i Phone won’t update apps, you may not have enough storage space to complete the update.This force quits that app and allows it to boot up fresh the next time you open it. Close all Apps and Perform a Hard Reset Again, this is the same for Stock Apps as it is for 3rd Party Apps.Often times this will fix a crashing app, whether 3rd party or stock. If step one doesn’t work to fix the crashing app, then you will need to force quit all apps from the Multitasking Tray.There is an easy way to fix 3rd party apps (the apps that you install) when they are crashing.