If you’ve decided to restore an iPad to factory settings to prepare the device for the new owner or whatever the reason is, you’ve landed in right place. Not only this, if your iPad performs slow, or there are graphical errors, or any software issues, performing a reset to factory setting will resolve all the problem and your iPad will work just like new.
Also, keep in mind that your personal information will be no longer available after you’ve performed a reset to your iPad. So it’s recommended that you create a backup on iCloud to get the important data back on your iPad. Here’s everything you should know about how to restore an iPad to factory settings.
How to perform a factory reset your iPad
Let me inform you that the following is the easiest way to perform a reset on an iPad. For this, just make sure that your iPad is connected to Wi-Fi or cellular network and Apple ID password if you already enabled Find My iPad.
Step 1: Go to Settings, and then tap on “General“.
Step 2: Scroll down and tap on “Reset“.
Step 3: Tap on “Erase All Content and Settings”.
Step 4: Enter your passcode (if you have enabled passcode).
Step 5: Tap on “Erase Now” here, you can create a backup and then erase.
Step 6: Enter your Apple ID password.
Step 7: Tap on “Erase”.
Now. it will take some time to reset the iPad, then you can restore the personal information or data if you want. The device will display a welcome screen just like when you’ve purchased it as a new one. Now, you’re all set to use the iPad again.