There are not many complaints with iPad Air or iPad Air 2, as they are the best ten-inch tablets that are available in the US now. Of course, there are a few bugs and flaws with any electronic device out there and below you can see some of the most common problems with iPad Air models. Yet again, you can follow a few simple steps to fix the issue.
iPad Crashes with Notification
This problem is caused by a strange bug, which affects both iPads and iPhones. If a message is sent to an iPad using some Unicode text, the notification of the message can crash the Apple device.
- If you have already received the message, you can stop crashing of your Apple device by sending a new message to the same app that is installed on your device. You can also make someone else to do the job for you, for instance, you may use Siri to send you a message. By doing this, you will be able to delete the offending message.
- Apple is also aware of the crash problem and they said that a fix is in the works. Users can expect an update in software soon to deal with the problem for good. In the meantime, you can go with the workaround explained above.
iPad Would not Turn On
Many of the iPad users encounter this problem and it is really a scary one. Imagine our device refuses to start when you need it badly.
- The first thing that you need to try is to hold down the Home and Sleep buttons together for about ten seconds. Your iPad should boot up without any issues.
- The above fix will not work though, if the battery of the device is completely discharged. In such cases, plug in your iPad to charge and allow the battery to be charged for about thirty minutes. You may then try to turn on the device.
- If you are still unable to turn on the device, ensure that you have the latest version of iTunes installed in your computer and then plug your iPad to the computer with iTunes running. After that, press and hold the Home and Sleep buttons together. The phone will boot into the Recovery Mode. Select Update from the screen to see if it fixes the problem.