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How To Hard Reset Or Restart An iPad

Apple’s iPad tablet comes in a lot of versions and this article is going to give you a few steps to follow in order to reset your iPad if it’s not responding.

If you experience a hardware problem with your iPad of any model, the first thing you should do is to try and turn the iPad off and then back on again.

Hard resetting or restarting one’s iPad is only helpful if your iPad is frozen, unresponsive, or experiencing other issues that require a restart.

The Easiest Way to Restart an iPad

On the upper right corner of your iPad, press the on/off button if your iPad has one but in a situation where your iPad doesn’t have one press the volume button.

Keep holding down the button until an iPad screen slider shows up at the top.

To turn off the iPad, move the slider from left to right. The iPad is turned off when the screen darkens.

Holding down the on/off button will restart the iPad and display the Apple icon. If you release the button, the iPad will restart.

How to Hard Reset iPad

If the standard reset process of your iPad isn’t working, you have to try and apply a little for which in this case we term as the hard reset.

The hard reset is forcing your iPad to reset but it doesn’t clear your saved data on the tablet except your unsaved data for the few moments before forcing to reset your iPad.

If your iPad is one with the home button, press the home and on/off buttons at the same time, and for iPads without the home buttons, use the volume button by pressing it down and up, then press and hold the on/off button.

Continue holding the buttons even after the slider appears on the screen for it to eventually go black.

While holding the button for the screen to go off, watch out for the Apple logo and let go of the button for the iPad to reset on it own.

If you decide to restore your iPad to factory reset/settings, then you have to bear it in mind that all your data and information on the tablet will be deleted even if you saved it or not. The iPad goes back to how it was when you first bought it if you decide to factory reset it and that means starting everything new.

Take note that a hard reset only clears off unsaved data on your iPad since it’s just like rebooting one’s computer.

How to perform a factory reset if you’re locked out of your iPad?

To perform a factory reset on your iPad if you’re locked out, just hold down both the volume and top buttons on your iPad to enable FaceID.

Switch off the device as soon as the slider appears. When you connect the iPad to your computer while holding down the top button, the Recovery Mode screen will show up.

If the Home button is present on your iPad, press it instead of the top button while following the preceding instructions.

Mini History Of iPad

First released on January 27, 2010, the iPad is a brand of tablet computers developed by Apple that run the iOS and iPadOS operating systems. The iPad series includes the iPad Mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro, which are the flagship models.

Pre-orders for the first generation iPad opened on March 12 after the device’s announcement on January 27, 2010. The product name reportedly caused some women to feel uncomfortable at first since it was perceived as a menstruation pun “indicative of a male-helmed team oblivious” to the overtones.

On October 23, 2012, the initial iteration of the flagship iPad Mini—which was smaller—was revealed, and it was made available on November 2. It has hardware similar to the iPad 2 generation and is powered by a dual-core Apple A5 CPU.

It boasts 802.11a/b/g/n standard WiFi networking, a 5-megapixel iSight camera, a superfast wireless LTE range, and a FaceTime HD camera. It is aimed at the growing market for small tablets, such as the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire.

On October 22, 2013, the original iPad Air was unveiled, and on November 1, it was made available for purchase. With an integrated Apple M7 Motion coprocessor and over a billion transistors, the chip combined a 2x faster CPU and GPU with an Apple A7 architecture.

It introduced Wi-Fi connectivity based on 802.11n-based MINO technology and featured an enhanced LTE communication range. It included a Retina Display as well. On September 9, 2015, the first generation of the premium and business flagship iPad Pro was unveiled. The 12.9-inch and 9.7-inch models were released on November 11 and March 31, respectively.

With a 1.8x faster CPU and a 2x higher memory bandwidth than its predecessor, the Apple A9X chip was utilized. With four audio connections and a volume that was three times more efficient than the second-generation iPad Air, this device’s 12-inch screen display featured 2732 by 2043 pixel resolution.

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