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Apple’s iPad still has a commanding lead in the tablet market. Apple has sold well over 100 million of them worldwide and the fourth generation model hit stores at the end of 2012 alongside the new iPad Mini. It may be as close to perfection as you can get in the tablet market, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t flaws and potential issues to overcome. In this article, we outline some common iPad problems and try to find workable solutions.
Problem: Frozen screen
You may find from time to time that your iPad screen freezes and it is unresponsive to your touch. The most likely culprit is a specific app, but it’s not always easy to identify which one. If it happens repeatedly, take note of what you have running and try uninstalling it to see if that solves the problem permanently. Whatever the cause, your immediate solutions to a frozen iPad screen are the same.
- Try restarting your device first by pressing and holding the Sleep/Wake button until you see “slide to power off” on screen and then slide to power off. Press and hold the same button to turn it back on. You’ll know it worked when you see the Apple logo.
- You might need to reset the device in which case you should press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for around 10 seconds. You’ll know it worked when the Apple logo appears.
- If it stubbornly refuses to react to a restart or reset then you’ll need to try a restore. Plug it into your computer using the cable provided. Load up iTunes on the computer, select your iPad, choose the Summary tab, and hit the Restore iPad button. This will erase your content, so you may also want to choose Restore Backup on the Summary tab.