As of October 2014, approximately 225 million iPads have been sold, and while this Apple device is widely regarded as a masterpiece, it is not without its flaws. At Arizona iPad Repair, we fix all manner of issues with this Apple device, and our outline of the most common issues faced by iPad owners is here below.
Occasionally, you may find that your iPad is unresponsive to your touch. In many cases, the culprit is a specific app, but finding the right one is not easy. If your screen freezes with regularity, take note of the apps that are running at the time and uninstall them to see if the problem goes away.
This is a very frustrating experience, but the solution is often simpler than you think. Try holding the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons together for up to 10 seconds until the Apple logo appears on your screen. If this doesn’t work, check to see if your battery has run out.
There have been plenty of reports of users plugging their iPad into the computer and booting up iTunes only to discover that they can’t find the iPad. There are a number of ways to try and solve the problem, but you may end up having to uninstall iTunes from your computer and reinstalling a new copy.
If the iPad won’t charge when you plug it into the computer, it could be due to a faulty port, which means it should work when you use the plug-in power adaptor. It is also a fact that some computer ports don’t provide enough power to charge your iPad, and even if it does work, charging the device through your computer will always be a relatively slow process.
If you are experiencing any of the above problems with your iPad or have other issues, and simple methods to fix the issue are not working, get in touch with the pros at Arizona iPhone Repair, and we will quickly find the cause of the problem and get it fixed.