Getting the Most Out of Your IPad Air 2: Troubleshooting Common Problems
Even on the newest iPad, you might still find glitches and other issues. These glitches can be frustrating, irritating, or just make your experience horribly. For example, IPad Air 2 problems are more common than you would think. Here, we will look at common IPad Air 2 problems and fix. If you are having issues with any of these IPad Air 2 problems, luckily, there are some things you can do about it.
Screen Gets Stuck
Lots of us love the fact that our screens rotate. It makes it easier to watch videos, send text messages, read content, and more. Some things just look better with the screen in either landscape or portrait mode. However, one of the most commonly reported IPad Air 2 problems is that the screen simply gets frozen in one orientation or the other. Thankfully, there is a simple solution to this. Just press the display button on or off. Failing that, you can try a hard restart. Checking to see if the side switch under settings and general is set to lock rotation could also solve the issue.
Sketchy Safari Problems
Safari is not our favorite browser option. But it you use IOS, there is no doubt that you have used Safari more than most other browsers. It seems that Safari tends to crash pretty often, especially when the user has a lot of tabs open. Solve this issue by installing a new browser on your tablet, like Google Chrome. Or, try to clear Safari’s history, cookies, and data by finding Safari under settings. This can sometimes solve this common set of IPad Air 2 problems. A factory reset is another option if none of the above work for you.
Your IPad Air Turns Itself Off
One of the main complaints about IPad Air 2 problems is that the tablet sometimes turns itself off, then back on again. This can happen in the middle of about any task. A slowing of performance can be a warning sign that an app crash is near. When you notice this, double tap the button for home. Once there, close all apps that are currently running in the background. If your tablet crashes and/or reboots itself regularly, check what apps you have installed. You may want to install them one at a time, or try a factory reset.