I know how you feel. You’re iPad stuck on Apple logo, and you’re clueless on what to do next to recover it. Well, luckily for you, there are some methods you could try to revive your iPad and enjoy your favorite device one again.
Why Is Your iPad Stuck?
First of all, it’s important to know or, at least, to guess what went wrong with your device. So, you have to remember what were you doing on your iPad before it crashed. Primarily, an iPad stuck on Apple logo tells you that something terrible happened during its reboot process. It could be a faulty firmware update, a virus, or anything like these.
Luckily, sometimes is about a software glitch or an issue with third-party security software that you’ve recently installed.
iPad Stuck On Apple Logo? Here’s What To Do!
Usually, a hard reset solves out many issues, including that of an iPad frozen at the Apple logo while rebooting.
Press and hold the power button and the Home button at the same time until the Apple logo pops up. Then, release the buttons. However, if this method fixed your problem, then you should know that it might be only a temporary fix, as the problem might be deep in the software and could come out at any time.
Get The iPad In DFU Mode
DFU mode restoration should be the ultimate solution if the before-mentioned one is not working. Restoring your iPad in DFU mode means completely erasing your iPad’s hardware and software controlling codes and reinstalling them as new.
So, before commencing with this method, you should backup your data, if that’s possible.
Whatever, to put your Apple device into DFU mode, connect it to your computer and run iTunes. The app is just a module to help you put your iPad in the DFU mode, so, you can do it on your friend’s computer if you don’t have access to your own PC.
An iPad stuck at Apple logo is useless, and since you might want to recover the device to enjoy it once again, there are some methods to do that. Giving your device a hard reset could save you of a lot of trouble, but when that’s not working, a DFU mode restoration is the next step.
However, it could be possible that your iPad remained froze after DFU, too. So, the next best solution before going with it to an Apple Store is to try a specialized software in dealing with such issues.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.