Plenty of iOS 10 updates were released by Apple, but still many of the iPad users continue to struggle with a number of issues on their iPad devices that run on iOS 10. Some of the most common issues reported by iPad users include abnormal battery drain, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi issues, and a few more.
The iOS 10.3 update from the company did fix some of these serious issues. However, there are a few simple things, which you can do to deal with the errors in your iPad. Let us check out some of the workarounds that will help you to fix common iPad issues.
You might be blaming Apple and its iOS update for the battery life issues of your tablet. However, your extensive use or a third party application might be the original cause of draining the battery. If your tablet is exhibiting heavy battery drain out, then check whether any of your apps are responsible for this or not.
If any of your apps is hogging the resources of your iPad, then remove it as soon as possible. It will definitely help to boost the battery life of your device. Aside from that, disabling the Background App Refresh feature of your iPad might also help you to solve the battery issues.
If you are not able to connect your iPad to your Wi-Fi network, then you will initially have to make sure that Wi-Fi is enabled in the Settings menu of your iPad. If it is disabled, then enable it, as it will help you to establish a connection to the Wi-Fi network.
However, if you are still not able to establish a connection on your iPad, then go ahead and restore the settings of your iPad by simultaneously holding the Sleep/Wake key and the Home key. This would help you to solve the Wi-Fi issues on your tablet.
One of the most common issues reported by iPad users is that the device freezes up frequently. This may happen when you use plenty of applications on your device. The abundant amount of apps in your iPad may affect the performance of your iPad and freeze it up.
The first thing to do is to turn the iPad off and on. If this doesn’t seem to work, then reset your iPad. If you are still not able to solve the issue, then connect your tablet to a PC or laptop and restore the OS by using iTunes. However, you will have to backup the data in your iPad before restoring the OS.