iPad Stuck on Apple Logo, Best Four Ways to Fix!

iPad Stuck on Apple Logo, Best Four Ways to Fix!

What should you do when your iPad stuck on Apple logo? If you want to save the data on your iPad, you need to find another way. This article is going to tell you.

Why does your iPad stuck on Apple logo? iPad stuck on Apple logo after update? In many cases, we may meet the situation that the iPad stuck on Apple screen after updating the system to the latest version, or due to jailbreak. However, Apple just gives us the option that to restore our iPad.

If you choose the normal method, your data will be erased when restoring. Therefore, if you want to keep all your data on your iPad and fix the problem that iPad frozen on Apple logo at the same time, you may try this awesome software - iOS System Recovery. It will help you to fix the "iPhone stuck at Apple logo screen" issue with just one click, and not erase anything. The following are detailed steps.

Part 1. Fix iPad stuck on Apple logo with Normal Methods (Free but Data Loss)
Part 2. Fix iPad stuck on Apple logo via iOS System Recovery (No Data Loss)

Part 1. Fix iPad stuck on Apple logo with Normal Method (Free but Data Loss)

Method 1. Restart iPad

Press and hold the Sleep/Power button for several seconds until the slider shows up on the screen that allows you to shut dow your iPad. Now, press and hold the Sleep/Power button again, wait until Apple logo appears.

Method 2. Reboot/Reset your iPad

If restarting iPad can not fix, try to reset your iPad by pressing down the Sleep/Power and Home button at the same time for about 10 seconds. Then Apple logo will disappear. You should hold the buttons until Apple logo appears once again. After resetting, you iPad is supposed to return to normal condition.

Method 3. Restore iPad with iTunes (may cause Data Loss)

Firstly, shut down your iPad, and connect your iPad to computer. And then run iTunes, press and hold the Home button until iTunes logo appears on the screen. Now release the Home button, and you have entered iPad Recovery Mode. You can click "restore" to restore your iPad.

Note: You may come across data loss if you use the above methods to restore your iPad. By the way, if you don't want to lose data when restoring your iPad, you can try the proceeding method.

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Part 2. Stop iPad stuck on Apple logo via iOS System Recovery (No Data Loss)

iOS System Recovery works great in repairing various iOS system issues like Recovery Mode, white Apple logo, black screen, looping on start, etc. No data loss at all. It also fixes other problems with your valuable hardware, along with iTunes errors, such as error 4005, iPhone error 14, iTunes error 50, error 1009, iTunes error 27 and more.

Supported Devices:Work for all models of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
iPhone7/7 Plus/SE/6/6 Plus/6s/6s Plus/5s/5c/5/4/4s
iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 2, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2
iPod touch, iPod Nano, iPod shuffle, iPod mini, iPod Classic

Compatible Version: Windows 10 or Mac 10.11, fully compatible with iOS 10.3/10/9

Download the free trial version and have a go now.

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Step 1. Download and Run iOS Data Recovery program After installing the program on your computer, launch it and connect your iPad to computer via a USB cable.

Step 2. select "System Recovery"

Step 3. Click the "Start" button.

Step 4. Select your device model and download a matched iOS firmware.

By doing these, you can download the latest iOS for your iPad. If you have already download the firmware on PC before, click Select to located the firmware package.

Step 5. When the download is complete, iOS System Recovery will automatically continue to repair your iOS system.

This will last less than 10 minutes. When the "iPad stuck on Apple logo" problem is fixed, your iPad will restart automatically. Congratulation! Your iPad must be able to run as usual.

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Tips: There are several situations you may need to know.
1. Not responding right after an OS update, especially when updating to and from iOS10.
2. Jailbroken devices are also more prone to this issue and end up getting frozen on Apple logo more often than the devices in factory condition since jailbreaking is more likely to mess something up in your device.
3. In the case of installing trusted apps and the install getting stuck or interrupted in between due to various reasons.

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