Previously, we’ve already teach you how to update your iPad. On the other article, you are also able to read full guide to create your own iPad apps. Now, what if your iPad is suddenly refused to take your command or in some rare cases, failed to boot? What are you supposed to do? Well, before you call the local Apple customer care or take your iPad to nearest Apple store, why don’t you try to restore it to default factory settings first. In most cases, this method will get rid of the problem instantly. That’s why today, we will provide you with a full guide on how to do that. Check out our full explanation below.
1. Launch the iTunes version in your computer. Make sure that you are already install the latest version of the program
2. Plug in your iPad to the computer via USB cable
3. Press and hold both home and power button in your iPad until the screen turns into black. The moment after Apple logo appear, release the power button, but keep your fingers on the Home button until your device shows up on the iTunes. The program will immediately tell you that your iPad need to be restored
4. The rest of the steps are quite self explanatory. Just follow the program’s guide and you’ll be fine
Well, that’s all from us now folks. Please note that this tutorial is applicable to all version of the iPad, including the new iPad with LTE. If you have any problem with applying this guide, feel free to write ‘em down below. We will try our best to assist you.