5 Most Common Issues with iPad
For all the avid iPad users, having complaints regarding problems faced is but natural. Here are the 5 most common issues you face with your iPad and how to resolve them.
It is very likely to find your iPad screen getting hanged from time to time, being completely unresponsive to touch. Sometimes it could be an app taking up too much battery and affecting the performance of the iPad or maybe the iOS isn’t updated. Whatever the reason , here are few DIY solutions you could try:
- Try restarting your iPad by holding the power button for a few seconds continuously. Turn it on again, if you see the Apple logo while turning it on.
- For newer models of iPads that do not have home buttons, Press and quickly release the volume up button and do the same with the volume down button as well, and then press and hold the power button until the device restarts.
- If it still doesn’t work, you’ll have to try restore or formatting the iPad. Make sure you restore the data on you iPad before doing this, because once you click on Restore iPad, all data will be erased indefinitely.
iPad won’t turn on
Ever been in a muddle where your iPad won’t turn on? Hold on to those horrible thoughts and try these tips:
- Hold the power button and home button at the same time until you see the Apple logo appear.
- For newer models, press the volume up button quickly and then do the same with the volume down button and then continuously press the power button.
- If, however, your iPad has turned on, but isn’t moving beyond the Apple logo on the screen, then plug your iPad into your computer and let the iTunes keep running and try step 2 again, except do not let go of the buttons after seeing the Apple logo, keep holding it until you see the recovery mode screen. You will be given options to restore or update. Always choose restore I order to avoid your date getting erased on your iPad.
- Lastly, if your iPad is not turning on at all, it maybe because it’s low on battery, plug in your battery and check.
iTunes not recognized by iPad
There have been issues where the iPad isn’t recognized after plugging it into your computer. This means iTunes isn’t recognizing your iPad and here are a few possible solutions to the issue:
- First things first, Check the battery icon when you connect your iPad when you plug it into the computer. If it shows the lightning bolt or It says not charging both mean that the port and the cable are working.
- Make sure you have the latest updates of iTunes on your iPad.
- Keep checking for updates in the help center of your iPad.
- Turn the iPad and the computer off. Turn them both on and plus the iPad in.
- If nothing works, then visit the nearest repair center like iPad repair Dubai that meets the standards of an Apple Authorized Service Center or get your device picked up for further diagnosis.
iPad won’t charge
It’s not rare to find your iPad not charging despite connecting the cable to the port. Sometimes it could be an issue with the port you’re using, switch to a power adapter in that case. Keep checking the battery icon to see whether or not it’s charging. Some ports can’t provide enough power to charge the iPad hence the long hours taken to charge your iPad.
Try it with another cable or power adapter.
Try putting it on Airplane mode and switching it off, in some cases this has been a success.
Or maybe it’s an issue with the iPad and it is better to have it checked in a by certified technicians.
Wi-Fi Connection issue
It is very common to find your iPad not getting connected of Wi-Fi. Before anything first check whether Wi-Fi is working on other devices. If not, follow these steps:
- Try turning the router off and switch it on again, could just be an issue with the router receiving signal.
- Under settings, try forgetting the network and connecting again.
- It is possible for your iPad to give you a hard time, especially when it has not been updated to the new versions of software. Always keep a look out for that. Older iPads can be updated using iTunes as well.
- Try connecting to a different network.
- If the problem still persists, it is time to visit your local repair center and schedule a pick-up of your device to be checked for further diagnosis.