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tsafi says

Yes it’s a problem, nothing to do with you on the iPad3 Safari browser thing, but you know you pay for the name and not for top notch software ….

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VF says

Is there anything specific that should not be used in the page coding(js/php/html, ..), because it makes the iPad3 Safari browser crash. The thing works ok on all PC browsers(including Safari) and on iPad2 as well. What is so special or can be an issue on iPad3 that it crashes Safari?

The problem can not be with php/html but javascript. For the iDevices and Android, always better to go with CSS based animations (transitions) instead of javascript. And iPad3 have to render 4 times higher area than iPad2, so consider this too.

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digitalscience says

Its called pushing sub-standard products to control market share, consumerism wins, technology progression fails. The web will have to change for whatever Apple does.

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VF says

^ It is awkward to call the present day touch devices as sub-standard. These are the maximum possible solutions that released with some inevitable compromises, surely those compromises has less impact on usability for a layman. With my personal experience with few devices it is clear that Apple’s software and hardware beats all the so called “supports everything” devices. Except Steve job’s ‘over words’ about Flash, everything they do is better than or atleast equal to their competitors.

Front end web development always required optimization and some depth testing – if you want more than average content, you will need severe testing/optimisation – it will apply even after 20 years from now. There is nothing ‘new wrong’ thing today. I know I will be stickered as apple fan but the truth is you guys are barking towards limitation of technology itself, not about Apple.

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