Apple iPad Freezing Problem
One of the most frustrating problems on the iPad is the gel, especially if it occurs regularly. When an iPad stays stuck or frozen, it is usually caused by conflicting applications or by an application that leaves a bit of corrupted memory. In rare cases, a conflict with the operating system may occur and, even in rarer cases, the operating system may be corrupted. Below are some options to solve the problem.
Sometimes the iPad freezes due to faulty applications or too many open and running applications simultaneously. This could result in a decrease in the performance of the device, which would cause freezing. Other reasons can explain the problems of operation of an iPad, including operating problems. For example, overuse will cause the iPad to overheat or change the device settings causing a malfunction. Also, the reason why ipad freezes is most likely due to a software problem. It may hang just during or after the iOS update, restoring the iPad and restoring the iPad backup.
- Reason 1: Application issues
- Reason 2: Not enough storage
- Reason 3: iOS system problem
- Reason 4: Low on the battery
Method 1: Reboot the iPad
A simple restart of the iPad is usually enough to solve the problem. This is a great way to clear the memory used by the iPad for active applications and a great way to close problematic applications. And do not worry, all your data is saved.
- First, hold down the Sleep / Wake button at the top of the iPad.
- Normally, the iPad displays a screen asking you to slide a button to turn it off, but if your iPad is frozen, you may not get this screen. Just hold down the Sleep / Wake button.
- After about twenty to thirty seconds, the iPad should turn off automatically. When the screen is black for several seconds, turn it back on by holding down the Power / Standby button for a few seconds. An Apple logo will appear during the backup.
Method 2: Check for updates
Updates are important because developers not only bring new features to each update, but also identify bugs and gaps in their applications and fix them. Thus, updating your app blocked on iPhone or iOS can solve the problem.
1. Update the iPhone application
In the App Store, tap Updates, download and install the available updates for the application that is freezing or unexpectedly closing. After installation, check the application again on iPhone, if it works properly.
2. Update iOS.
To update your iPhone with the latest iOS version, go to Settings> General> Software Update and choose Download and Install.
Method 3: Delete the offending app
Does a single application cause your iPad to crash? If you restart the iPad and still have trouble launching the application or while the application is running, it may be best to reinstall the application.
- Delete the app by tapping your finger on the icon and holding it until an X appears in the upper right corner of the app. Tap this X button to remove the application. How to remove apps for iPad
- Once it is removed, you can easily reinstall the application by going to the App Store. The app store has a "purchased" tab that will display all your previously downloaded apps.
- All data stored in an application will be deleted when the application is deleted. If you are storing important information within the application, consider making a backup.
Method 4: Restore Your iPad to Factory Default
If you're still experiencing frequent blocking issues, it may be best to restore your iPad to factory settings and then restore your apps from backup by syncing them with iTunes. Thus, the iPad will completely empty the available memory and storage and start from scratch. You can restore the factory default settings by going to iTunes, choosing your iPad from the list of devices, and then clicking the Restore button. It will ask you to back up your iPad, which you should (of course!) Agree to do before restoring the iPad. Need help for? Follow these instructions to restore the default settings. This should solve any software or operating system issues. If your iPad continues to lock or freeze after restoring factory settings, you can contact Apple Support or transfer the iPad to an Apple Store.
Method 5: Make some checks if your iPad still works
- It is recommended to check the storage, battery and applications on your iPad, as these factors will also block your iPad.
- Make sure your iPad has enough memory and battery. Remove apps that you rarely use to free up space. Charge your iPad and do not use it when it runs out of energy. Some people find that their iPad runs very slowly and freezes even when the battery is less than 10% or 15%.
- If you have recently installed an app and this iPad freezes all the time, you should remove the apps to see if your iPad is frozen or not. Some applications may not work normally, which can freeze your iPad.