Some Common iPad Issues and Their Fixes

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Common iPad Issues

Like any other electronic gadget, iPads can also encounter issues and many need troubleshooting to fix the issues. Some of the common iPad issues as reported by wholesale iPad dealers and their possible solutions are discussed below.

iPad not Turning On

This is a very common issue and usually the culprit is a drained battery. The first thing to do is to check if the device is charging properly. If the battery is charging without any issues, allow it to get completely charged and then try to turn on the device. To turn the device on, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the Apple logo appears on the display.

If the device is not turning on even after charging the battery completely, you may have to reset the device. To reset the device, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and Home button together for about ten seconds or until the Apple logo appears. Resetting the device will not delete any files stored in the iPad.

iPad Does not Show iTunes when Connected

This is another common issue as reported by wholesale iPad dealers. There can be many reasons for this and the first thing that you need to do is to make sure that you are using the latest version of iTunes. If the version is okay, make sure that you are using the correct data cable provided with the device. Usually, it will be an issue with the data cable that is preventing the device from getting connected to iTunes.

In addition, iPads need USB 2.0 and above to function and if the port that you have connected the device to is not USB 2.0, it will not get connected to iTunes. Therefore, disconnect the device and try connecting it to a different USB port. If none of the above steps works, you will need to uninstall iTunes completely from the computer and then reinstall the latest version.

iPad Stuck in Reboot Loop

The main reason for iPads being stuck in reboot loop is insufficient battery power. The battery may not have charge to power up the device and the device may be trying to turn on, leading to the reboot loop. The device maybe trying to boot even though the battery does not have power to last to complete the boot cycle. To get rid of the boot cycle, you will need to charge the battery of the device so that it has sufficient power to allow complete booting of the iPad.

Note that you should always charge the device using the charger supplied with it and not from the PC. Allow the device to charge up a bit, if it is not in a reboot loop. If you find that the device is still in a boot loop, you will need to hold down the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons at the same time, as this will prevent the device from trying to boot.