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Why your iPad might be acting strangely

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Victoria Flores
Very tech savvy, I'm always looking for an answer. I will read one or two lines then know I'm doing after that.
Sometimes when I'm using my iPad, one of my apps will start acting weird or it just stops working. After reading articles and finding solutions on my own, I decided to share solutions I have found helpful.

I like to research why my electronics won't work properly. At times my IPad won't work properly or one of my apps won't work. I have found the following solutions/suggestion to be helpful. 


1. Reboot the iPad. You do this by holding down the home button and power button at the same time. 


2. Make sure all your apps are updated. Also make sure none of your applications are stuck while they are updating. Sometimes they tend to stop and not continue updating. If this is the case, stop the application from updating and press the update button again.


3. Make sure you are using the latest version of iOS. 




It is very important that you check to make sure you are using the latest version of iOS. Most times your iPad won't work properly if you don't. I wrote this article based on my own issues and fixes that worked for me, based on my knowledge of technogky and with the help of some research.



Hope this helps.

 




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