Is there any way to add headers in the response that gives location and status 302? 302 redirect not working for safari on some iphones

Is there any way to add headers in the response that gives location and status 302? 302 redirect not working for safari on some iphones.

I am redirecting example.com/ to https://anotherdomain.com/placeholder - using page rules.

This works on chrome on desktop and and mobile but on some iphones with safari it gives an error about secure connection when they visit https://example.com/ and if they visit http://example.com/ then the error in safari changes to network connection issue… (both https and http requests screenshot attached below)

The 302 redirected site never shows up in safari on some iphones as seen in the screenshots.

What could be the issue? Perhaps this can be resolved by changing the other headers in the 302 redirect? I am unable to find a way to experiment with changed header values in CF page rules. Is there a way to do that? Or some other solution?

Perhaps you can provide detailed info about this issue? Like, a screenshot?

Thanks for the tip. I have edited the question and have added the screenshots too.

That’s interesting. I guess you need to contact Cloudflare Support regarding this issue.

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