You can also try quitting and then re-launching the app. To do this, press the home button and close all the apps that are running. Once the apps are closed, go back to the iPhone Home Screen and the launch the app again. Hopefully, the app that was crashing will work now.

Reinstalling the crashing app could also help you fix the issue. To uninstall the app, press the app icon for two to three seconds and then press the X button on the top of the app icon. After the app is uninstalled, visit the App Store and re-install the app.

Updating your device with the latest patch could also help you fix the app crash. To update the phone, go to Settings and then tap “General.” If the “Software Update” option shows any pending update, it will display a notification suggesting an update is available. However, since users started facing the issue only after the latest update, it is unlikely there will be any updates available to fix the problem that’s causing the eBay app to crash on iOS devices.

The last workaround is to restore your iPhone to the factory settings. To do this, connect your iOS device to a PC/Mac > Open iTunes > Select your iPhone > Restore backup in iTunes > Restore. If you are planning to restore your device, don’t forget to back up all your data because restoring will erase the data on your iOS device.

Hopefully one of these workarounds will help you address the issue which is causing eBay to crash on your iOS device. If the issue remains, you must contact the support team and register a complaint with them.

iOS 12.1.4 fixes a few bugs and triggers a new one

To fix other issues, Apple released version 12.1.4 of iOS last week. The update included a few bug fixes, like one addressing a “memory corruption issue,” and another that allowed malicious apps to run code with kernel privileges. The update also fixed an issue with Live Photos.

Apart from these, iOS 12.1.4 addressed the Group FaceTime bug which allowed users to eavesdrop on those they called even if they didn’t pick up. The feature was disabled by Apple due to the bug, but the latest update re-enables the feature.

In addition to fixing these issues, the update apparently triggered a new problem for some users. Since the update, a few users say they are facing problems with connectivity. Whether or not the issue is widespread is not known for now.

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