Crashes were common for Safari users on Apple products Wednesday morning, and people turned to social media to vent their frustration.
The problem happens when users type anything into the Safari address bar of their iPhone, iPad or Mac. NBC News reached out to Apple for comment, but the company did not reply.
As reported by The Verge, the problems could be related to the search suggestions feature in Safari. Turning the feature off or browsing in private mode seems to provide a temporary fix.
The problem comes after Apple released a mixed earnings report on Tuesday. The company recorded $75.9 billion in revenue for the final quarter of 2015, a record high, but saw slowing iPhone demand.