So, That iPad Of Yours Is Not Working Right, Huh? Okay.
Okay, so a person is just minding their own business, playing and or interacting with their Ipad while on the bus, train, or doing something equally mundane and ordinary, when suddenly their multi-hundred-dollar Ipad freezes and or becomes unresponsive to their commands. What happened and what should they do to fix this conundrum?
Well, sadly this an all-too-familiar occurrence with many people, so much so that there are methods of restoring functionality to practically anything with a screen, and we are going to go over those methods.
Figuring Out The Problem.
Okay, so, first off, what is wrong? Is the screen completely frozen? Has the screen gone entirely black? Has the screen gone completely black AND annoying replays the last sound byte at an ear-piercing decidable?
Alternatively, is the screen not working as intended, like is there lag with each input? Does pressing down on the screen not initiate the action you want correctly? Does it freeze up and then corrects itself after a few minutes?
There are a plethora of different problems when it comes to the screen, so figuring out what is happening is the first way to figure out how to fix it.
Methods On Solving The Outstanding Problem.
Now, regardless of what is wrong, there are methods of fixing general problems like these (as long as the tablet is not completely and utterly dead, that is.)
First off, try charging your device and see if that does not wake it back up. If it does not, leave the tablet alone for a while and let it charge.
While it is charging, perhaps this would be an excellent time to wipe and clean the screen thoroughly, this is primarily a wise idea to do if your problem is lag and or input control problems as dirt, grease, stains and other debris can block the sensors on the touchpad.
If neither of these options works, then check your phone’s settings and see how much of its RAM and memory is being taken up. If there is little to no space left on the SIM card, try removing some programs. While there, check the phones RAM, mayhap too many programs are running in the background and is now taking up processing power.
Another option to attempt is to reset the tablet. There are ways to achieve this, and it can sometimes vary on the make and model of the device, so I recommend looking up your iPad on the internet if you do not know how to reset your device.
If the problem resides with specific apps or programs, (and not with the tablet or device itself), then I recommend just deleting the problematic apps or contact the individual developers themselves.
App development is not an easy process, and sometimes bugs and problems arise with them. So, if you are having issues with certain apps, or the problems started after you installed a specific app, then I recommend entirely deleting them and see if that resolves your problems.
Is That All We Can Hope To Do?
Well, yes and no. If you are still having problems with your device, the only other option I feel comfortable recommending is contacting customer support and let them take it from there. Apple’s customer support is far more equipped to handle these kinds of issues than someone like me; they can help you further diagnose the problem.
Final Thoughts And Opinions.
I do hope this short article of ours assists those who need such assistance; it is always terrible when the devices we pay money for do not work the way that we want, even more so when we cannot for the life of us get them to work or function properly again. Regardless, I hope this article serves to help any and everyone who may be having these kinds of problems with their iPads.