With the release of new iphones and iOS, apple phones are encountering new problems. One example of such problem is blue screen error (BSOD) in new iphone mobiles 5c and 5s. This issue can easily be reproduced when iWork is opened up in iOS 7/ iOS10/iOS 11/iOS 12 . Picture shown tells how this blue screen issue looks. 

BSOD – windows 8

It’s will be usually on Windows which will produce Blue Screen of Death, but iPhone 5s owners reported similar frozen screens when running built-in productivity apps such as Keynote or Numbers.

Apple is continuously trying to provide a stage fix to the problem. This issue was supposed to get a fixed in the release of iOS 7.0.3, which was promised to have a much better system stability. But this issue is even getting reported in new iOS release There are few workarounds fixes available I have tried to write some of these .

One best working way is to Turn off iCloud syncing for Pages, Keynote, and Numbers via the iPhone 5s settings. To do that

  • Open Settings
  • Open iCloud
  • Tap on Documents and Data
  • turn off every iWork options

This workaround is working for most of affected user. Hopefully this only should fix blue screen issue in iphone 5s and other iphone models.                                          

One more way is to exiting back to the home screen before opening any other application to avoid such crashes.

Some users are reporting BSODs followed by an infinite reboot loop, apparently unrelated to the iWork problem. Apple hasn’t acknowledged a second problem.

You can do a factory restore to fix such issues, but keep in mind that you will lose all data.

Please Note – if you are modifying a document in iWork, and once you are done , make sure iWork is shut down and not running in background.

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