Does anybody else find Safari's reaction to losing connection while loading changing from displaying what it's got (which is often nearly all the content minus an image or two) to a full screen about how it lost connection absolutely infuriating? My dorm has a terribly spotty connection and this has been driving me up the wall watching pages load nearly all the way and then getting replaced by a damn screen about how my phone lost signal.
I generally only see the 'cannot create secure connection' thing, but its pretty annoying. Many browsers on all platforms do the same thing, though; even a hardline desktop will give you a huge BBS.STARDESTROYER.NET CANNOT BE FOUND OH NOEZ message if you refresh at the backup time.
This wouldn't really be the case, except for the ongoing Apple fan club insisting their pet franchaise is god's gift to technology and absurdly laughable claims...
The best thing about this is that literally the only people around me who say things like this are Android owners. Even pulling out an iPhone at work is opening yourself up to being shanghai'd by any nearby Android enthusiast and required to listen to their endless rants about how Android software/products/etc are 'just... better! Buy one'. Its remarkable to me that in the Apple/Google thing, people can hate one 'side' or 'tribe' for doing exactly what they themselves do - and due to the huge disparity in numbers, far more loudly. Its particularly amusing for me because it only gets louder as Android matures as a platform, where I'd expect the natural insecurity to fade with success.
The world may be doomed, not to a mythical horde of 3% of the market being 'hipsters', but to the vast majority of the market being insecure and constantly needing to justify their purchase - which, again, is deeply amusing given the general bigotry towards Apple 'fans' for doing the same thing.