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  1. After months of trying to figure this out I finally deleted Safari from my iPhone and that fixed everything. Apple already admitted they have a problem with Safari so I figured get rid of the offending item. Everything works perfectly now with my iPhone and I continue to use Chrome.

  2. I had the same problem and the above fixes didn’t help. What did the trick was when I reset the network settings
    Settings->General->Reset->Reset Network Settings

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