In an iPad not responding situation, what can you do to fix it?

Apple’s iPad is still the finest tablet available. It has sold more than 350 million iPhones throughout the world, and there are presently five generations to select from. Since these iPads are well-engineered works of digital equipment, they are not without flaws and hiccups. We looked at some of the most common iPad issues such as iPad not responding and tried to come up with some possible solutions to them.

The most prevalent are iOS users, being trapped with a frozen touchscreen after an iOS update, and most of them are quite used to it. Whether you are having the same problem, first check to see if the device is physically broken. If it is, you should take it to the Support Center right away else, you can try a few simple solutions.

Effective solutions to an iPad not responding situation

There can be quite some iPad not responding situations. But you need to worry as in this article, we will discuss some of the effective solutions to tackle the issues.

iPad not turning on

When an electrical gadget refuses to turn on at all, it can be a disaster situation. Do not presume the worst refer to the solution listed here.

First, you need to press and hold the Power and Home buttons simultaneously till you see the Apple logo appear on the screen. By holding and rapidly releasing the Volume Up button, press and immediately release the Volume Down button, finally, you need to hold and press the Power button till the iPad restarts.

At times it may be that the battery is simply dead. Wait an hour after plugging the iPad into the power charger with the original wire and charger that came with the box before repeating the first procedure.

In case the iPad turns on but would not boot up, connect it to the computer and restart iTunes, however, this time do not let go of the buttons when you see the Apple logo continue to hold them until you get the recovery mode display. You should be able to choose between Restore and Update. It will attempt to restore iOS without deleting your content if you select Update.

If none of these helps, you should get in touch with Apple customer care or visit an Apple Store if you live near one.

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Frozen iPad Touch Screen

You may notice that the iPad touchscreen freezes and is inaccessible to your touch occasionally. It is a regular iPad not responding issue, according to Apple’s support site. The most probable culprit is a single app but determining which one isn’t always straightforward. Whether it happens again, make a note of what you’re using and try removing it to see if it completely fixes the issue. Some of the effective solutions are:

If the touchscreen is not responding, you will have to forcibly restart the device, which you can do by pressing and holding the Power and Home buttons simultaneously for around 10 seconds. Whenever the Apple logo shows, you will know it’s done. Now, press and rapidly release the Volume Up button on the latest iPads without the Home button, hold down the Volume Down button till the device restarts, then hold and press the Power button till the iPad reboots.

To restart the device, press and hold the Power button until the words “slide to power off” appear, then slide to power off. To turn it back on, tap and hold the same button. Once you see the Apple logo appear the issue gets resolved.

You will have to try a restoration if it persistently refuses to respond to a restart or reset. With the included cable, connect it to the PC. Open iTunes on the computer, select your iPad, go to the Summary page, and pick Restore iPad. Since it would delete your data, you may want to click the Restore Backup option from the Summary page instead. Keep in mind that everything you have not yet backed up will be lost.

The challenge with the iPad touch issue is determining what is causing it, whether it is a hardware or software issue. If there are apparent hardware concerns, simply take the iPhone to a nearby Apple shop and they will repair it. If the issue is caused by software, you can apply the easy solutions listed above to restore touchscreen functionality.

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