How to Force Restart or Hard Reset iPad

if your iPad, iPad mini, iPad Airor iPad Pro crashes, a force restart or hard reset should fix the problem.

If your iPad suddenly freezes and stops responding to swipe and tap gestures, you should try turning it off. If you can’t shut down normally, you need to force restart.

Force restarting or hard reset an iPad is a simple process that only takes a few seconds to complete. It will not delete any data of your iPad.

If you’ve upgraded a newer iPad model that doesn’t have a home button, you may not know how to force restart your device because you have to use a new combination of buttons.

Here’s what you need to do to fix your frozen iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air or iPad Pro.

Hard Reset iPad

If you have an iPad model with a home button, here’s the button combination you should use to force your tablet to restart itself:

If you have a newer iPad without a home button, the button combination is different and a little more difficult to start. Here’s how to reset an iPad without a physical home button:

  1. press on
  2. press on
  3. until the Apple logo appears on the screen.

That you have to press the volume up and down buttons very quickly, but not at the same time.

If your iPad freezes frequently, you may need to update your apps through the App Store or explore other possible solutions.

We recommend resetting all your device’s settings in the Settings app. If that doesn’t work, you may need to talk to Apple customer service and see if they have a solution.

If your iPad is still under warranty, you may need to send it in for repair or replacement.

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