The all-new Apple’s 12.9-inch epic tablet reportedly facing issues, as the iPad Pro devices apparently refusing to wake up after being plugged in to charge. But only on some iPad pro models, and not entire Apple’s iPad Pro lineup and those also requiring hard resets before they will become responsive once again. How to fix that issue? Follow out tutorial on below.
Social media have reported issues with iPad Pro becoming unresponsive after being charged for a lengthy amount of time, forcing affected users to perform a hard restart to turn the unit back on. For you sake, the issue has affected both 32GB and 128GB iPad Pros on iOS 9.1, including Wi-Fi and LTE models. It remains unclear if the problem is rooted in hardware or software, but some users speculated that restoring from an iCloud backup during setup may be contributing to the freezing issues.
Here are some mixed solutions which Apple support team has provided to customers, ranging from restoring the iPad to factory settings using iTunes to force restarting the tablet by holding down the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons simultaneously for at least ten seconds, until an Apple logo appears on the screen.
The iPad Pro’s own problems will still be concerning to those looking to splash some considerable cash on Apple’s latest iPad. Affected by the issue, minimal iPad Pros are behaving perfectly normally until they are plugged into a power outlet and left to charge, iPad Pros reportedly unable to wake from standby:
At night it was down to 40% so I charged it and went to bed. When I woke up it was “dead”. It wouldn’t wake up. I needed to perform a hard reset to get it to come to life.
To fix this issue, as oft-mention procedure may help you a lot for what a hard reboot is all that is required to get the iPad Pro back to normal operations. Rebooting an iOS device is very simple and it has been mentioned above.
None of the reports have had the affected iPad Pros exhibit issues that a hard restart will not fix. Possible reasons for the issues are as yet unknown, and may not be long-lived, the idea of an iPad Pro that effectively ceases to work once it’s connected to a Lightning cable will not fill potential buyers with confidence.
Last report with similar action was reported that some iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, and iPhone 6 users have experienced, with smartphones randomly powering off, even when left unattached and with sufficient battery power, indicating this could be a broader iOS 9 issue. Apple has not officially commented on that matter and this time around faced by some iPad Pro users.