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Safari - won't open after iOS update


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after running the iOS software update, safari cannot open. iOS is 10.6 (I think). What is my best way to get Safari to work... is it trash it and reinstall from a memory stick? (background is that videos on youtube will no longer play.. think this is a flash issue... ) is my mac mini too old now??? should I upgrade ???
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You're mixing up your terminology here. Are you using iOS (mobile devices) or OS X (computers)? If you're using OS X, what error messages do you see when you try to open it?

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Sounds like you updated Snow Leopard (OSX 10.6.x) and now You Tube videos won't play in Safari? Try updating Flash via adobe.com.

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