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Safari not working

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Safari will not load any webpages whatsoever.

I have tried:
Restarting it
Toggling all connectivity options (I'm on Wifi)

Not sure what else to pursue. All apps connected to the internet are working just fine.

Thoughts?
 
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What are the settings in Settings > Safari?
 
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New update: Now none of the apps or internet works. I have wifi and cell service. At this point I'm guessing the Safari settings are irrelevant.
 
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Did you accidentally activate "Airplane Mode"? Sometimes this happens from the Lock Screen.
 
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I did not - airplane mode is disabled. I toggled it a few minutes back hoping to disrupt the connections. I've also reset the network settings to no avail.

One minute it was working perfectly, the next Safari stopped and now I can't use my phone for any communication at all because it won't do texts, calls etc.
 
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I do have wifi calls enabled. With or without Wifi, I can make a call (I just discovered this because someone called me). Otherwise, I have no communication ability with the device. I have done a hard reset.

I may try to call Apple when I get off work, but I am fearful that I'll have to do a factory reset.
 
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FIXED IT. Did some digging and somehow it has the current date being 2014.

I set it back to auto and now it works perfectly.

Thanks for the assistance!
 

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FIXED IT. Did some digging and somehow it has the current date being 2014.
That's what happens when you try to be five years younger. ;D

Glad you fixed it. Sometimes it's hard to keep those Gremlins out of our devices! :D
 
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