If your iPad won’t turn on due to unknown reasons, that could be a serious and scary experience at the same time. The most common culprit in most of the scenario is dead battery, that will not let you turn on your iPad. That’s why we should always avoid of purchasing any second hand or old electronic devices otherwise it will take no time to be turn into a electronic waste.
Before considering your iPad as a dead device, here’s a couple of things that you can do to fix a dead iPad that won’t turn on the issue. Make sure to read the article till the end, so that you could get rid of the iPad won’t turn off the issue. Here’s everything you should know. Without further delay, let’s get started.
If your iPad doesn’t respond even if you have pressed the iPad’s power button (sleep/wake button), and nothing happens means your iPad doesn’t show any Apple logo then follow the solutions listed below:
Recharge your iPad
This is the major thing you can do, just plug the cUSB cable to your iPad, and connect the other end to the PC’s USB port. If your iPad displays red section of batttrey image that flash three times and then screen goes black. Then it indicates that you iPad is not receiving power to charge, the battery is drained completely.
Just leave your iPad as it is while connected to the PC for a while, to see any image appears.
Restart your iPad
To restart your iPad, follow the steps:
Step 1: Press and hold the sleep/wake button on the top till the red slider appears.
Step 2: Slide the the slider across, to turn it off.
Step 3: Follow the same steps again to turn on your iPad.
If the iPad screen is frozen completely, and won’t respond follow the steps:
Step 1: Press and hold the sleep/wake button and Home button at the same time for 8-10 seconds.
Step 2: Now, the red slider should appear, and the screen may dim. But don’t release the button until the Apple logo appears.
Reset your iPad
To reset your iPad, users need to do the following:
Step 1: Visit Settings.
Step 2: Go to General, and “Reset All Settings”.
Only the settings will be deleted, this will not delete any of your data or content on the iPad.
Back up and Restore your iPad
If the solutions above don’t work out for you, then try backup and restore your iPad. Make sure that you have iTunes upgraded to the latest version, now connect your iPad to your computer and select it when it appears under Devices in iTunes.
Sync your all contacts, photos, and videos if necessary. Here’s how to do that:
Step 1: Click on Summary.
Step 2: Click on Restore, this will backup all settings on your iPad.
Step 3: A prompt will appear, click on Restore.
Now, don’t worry about the data and settings, wait until your iPad completes the restore process and returns to the Home screen.
What if Nothing Works?
In the end, nothing works, then it’s time to contact the Apple Support center nearby you. It’s possible that your battery or the backlight screen means there’s a hardware problem with your iPad. If your device is under warranty then contacting the Apple Support center is the smartest thing you can do.