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Crashing iPhone while browsing the web

Periodically with no discernible reason - by me at least - my 4GB iPhone crashes. This happens several times a day under sometimes heavy use. I just downloaded ver. 2.2; do you think that 2.2 will fix this problem?

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The 2.2 update solved that same problem for me. I have the 16gb ver 1, and Safari crashed anytime it had to think about more than 2 things at once, so storage space isn't an issue. Since I updated to 2.2, I haven't had the problem again. This is mentioned in the 'fixes' section of the 2.2 update release notes.

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