Your iPad might display the low memory or “Not Enough Memory” message when you run a memory-intensive application together with many other apps running in the background. This message means that the memory of the iPad is low. However, the error message does not imply that the storage memory of the device is low.
The “Not Enough Memory” issue in iPads can be resolved in two ways. You may either reboot the device or close the open applications that are running in the background, eating away the memory. The below tips offered by iPad 4 wholesale dealers explains both the steps.
Now you can try to launch the app that you had trouble opening. You should not receive low memory warning now. However, if you are still receiving the warning, you need to reboot the iPad. To reboot the device, follow the instructions explained below.
To reboot the iPad, hold down the Home and Sleep/Wake buttons together until the device powers down. This step is not same as the turning off the device by sliding the Power Off slider after holding the down the Sleep/Wake button. Following this method will completely restart the device and will close all the applications running in the background.
After the device powers up, try to launch the application that you were unable to open because of the “Not Enough Memory” message. You should be able to open the app without encountering any issues and error messages. If you are still unable to open the app successfully, there should be some issue with the memory of the iPad. In such a case, it will be a wise idea to contact Apple support to investigate further into it.