One fine morning, you may find that your iPad is stuck at the Apple logo and is refusing to boot up. However, to understand how to fix the issue, you will have to know why the device is frozen on the Apple logo.

There can be at least five reasons for your iPad to be stuck at the Apple logo screen.

  • iOS update failure while trying to update to a new version.
  • Failure while restoring from iCloud or iTunes backup.
  • Using expired beta version of iOS on your iPad.
  • File transfer issues while transferring files from the iPad to computer due to defective cable, faulty ports, or interruption of security software on the computer.
  • Hardware issues resulting from the iPad falling in water, ground, or anything that can cause hardware damage to the device.

To troubleshoot the device, you will need to try disabling or even uninstalling the antivirus program, use a different cable or port to allow the restore to finish successfully, and get the iPad out of the frozen state. If you are sure that some hardware of the device is damaged, which is the reason for the device to be stuck at the Apple logo, the best thing to do is to send the device to Apple support.

The steps discussed below works if the device has software issues.

Force Restart

If you find that your iPad is stuck at the logo screen without displaying a progress bar, the first thing that you need to try is to turn off the device and turn it on after 10 seconds. If you find that the normal restart does not fix the issue, you will need to force restart the device.

To force restart your iPad, press and hold the Power and Home buttons together for about ten seconds. Do not release the buttons until you see the Apple logo. If force restart does not fix the issue, you can go to the below workaround offered by iPad 2 wholesale dealers.

  • Press and hold the Home and Sleep/Wake buttons simultaneously until the display goes black.
  • Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Volume Up buttons until you see the Apple logo.
  • Release the Sleep/Wake button but keep on pressing the Volume Up
  • Release the Volume Up button home once you see the screen after a couple of minutes.

If none of the above steps works to boot up your iPad, you will have to contact Apple support for further assistance.

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