Apple iPad Pro Charging Issue Reported

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It’s only been a week since the Apple iPad Pro has been out on the market and there’s already a few issues with it. The main issue today is that the device is becoming unresponsive when charging. In a nutshell, the iPad Pro charging issue causes the device to freeze and it becomes a paperweight unless you perform a factory reset.

Now, we all know a factory reset isn’t everyone’s favorite thing to do as it takes up time especially if you haven’t backed anything up (this sounds all too familiar) and patience if you don’t mind the wait. What’s weird though is that after the reset has finished, the battery percentage will show 100%. One person took to Apple’s Support Communities and left a comment that said “I’m having the same problem. I’ve charged my new iPad Pro twice and both times it required a hard reset to get it working. Very frustrating.” Another iPad Pro user posted “I have the exact same issue. When I connect my iPad Pro to the charger for more than an hour, it goes dead. It takes multiple hard resets to bring it back to life.”

At least Apple knows about this issue going on and tech support is here to help you out. Their suggestions is to factory reset the device using iTunes or hold down the power and home button for 10 seconds for a soft reset. There also seems to be a similar shut down issue with Apple’s newest iPhones (iPhone 6s/6s Plus) and iPhones (iPhone 6/6 Plus) from last year. It’s definitely sounding like an iOS 9 issue, but an update pushed out by Apple should hopefully stop this from happening.

If there are any iPad Pro owners are out there, let us know if you are having the same issue and what actions you took to get the iPad to work again. Let us know by leaving your comment down below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

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Last Updated on November 27, 2018.


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