Are you planning a trip with your friends or family? We are so happy for you, but if you are having a second thought about it because your work might get hampered due to your iPad, then we have the right solution for you.
In this article, we will tell you about how you can save the battery of your iPad by turning it off because you must switch off your iPad if you need to conserve the battery life of your iPad. To ensure that it lasts for the duration of a lengthy car ride or if you want to try to speed up your iPad.
Turning off an iPad with a Home button is a straightforward process without much hassle:
Regardless of whether or not the iPad has a Home button on the front, the power button is positioned in the upper-right corner of the device. The Sleep/Wake button is another name for this multipurpose button.
How to use the Home button to switch off an iPad
- Hold the Power button at the top of your iPad for 3 seconds or until a slide to power off message appears.
- To turn off your iPad, slide the power symbol to the right.
- The screen should go black, and a little progress wheel should appear. Your smartphone will turn off in a few seconds.
- Press and hold the Power button to turn the iPad back on.
- Don't worry if the button stops working; we'll teach you how to fix a damaged Power button as well.
What if you are dealing with an unresponsive iPad?
The device must be responsive in order to access the shutdown menu, yet what if your gadget is entirely unresponsive but still requires a thorough shutdown? You'll need to execute a 'hard reset,' sometimes known as a force restart.
If your iPad has a power button, you may press both the power and home buttons down for 10 seconds until the screen goes black and the Apple logo appears.
Push and release the volume up, then press and release the volume down on the iPad Pro and Air released in 2020. Finally, hold down the side (power) button until the Apple logo appears, as seen above.
Will Airplane mode work?
There's no need to turn off your iPad when you want to save battery life or take it on an aircraft. By setting the iPad into Airplane Mode, you may use it at any time, including during takeoff and landing when computers aren't allowed.
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