Like any other smart device, you may experience some troublesome issues when using iPad. iPad stuck on Apple logo is one of the most annoying issues that most people may encounter. If you are also bothered by this issue, the instructions in this post on MiniTool Website will help you out.
iPad Stuck on Apple Logo After Update
Is your iPad stuck on Apple logo? This issue is usually related to the reboot process. During this reboot process, it will complete some tasks such as checking its memory, updating the iOS and more. If you are stuck in such a boot loop, you can try the solutions listed below.
How to Fix iPad Stuck on Apple Logo Loop?
Fix 1: Make Sure It’s Stuck
When the iPad is applying an update or restoring from a backup, iPad stuck on Apple logo with progress bar is likely to crop up. Before taking any measure, give your device at least one hour to finish the current task. At the same time, you should make sure that your device is recharging during the process.
After an hour, if your iPad is still stuck on Apple logo, please try the next solution.
Fix 2: Charge Your iPad
At first, make sure that the battery is not dead. Plug in your device for a while and press the power button again to see if there are any changes. If it is still not responding, check if the USB cable, power adapter or jack is corrupted.
Fix 3: Restart Your iPad
Another easy fix is to restart your device when iPad screen stuck on Apple logo appears.
For Devices with a Home Screen
Step 1. Press and hold the Top button until you see the “Slide to Power Off” message.
Step 2. Move the slider from left to right to turn off the device.
Step 3. Press and hold the Top button until the Apple logo appears.
For Devices without a Home Screen
Step 1. Press & hold the Top button and one volume button at the same time until the slider pops up.
Step 2. Move the slider from left to right to turn off your device.
Step 3. Hold down the Top button until you see the Apple logo to restart your device.
Fix 4: Update iPad via iTunes
If iPad stuck on Apple logo is still there, you can try to update your device via iTunes.
Step 1. Make sure that the iTunes on your PC is up to date. Connect your device to the computer using a USB cable.
Step 2. Open iTunes and choose your device.
Step 3. Go to Summary > Check for Updates > Download and Update.
If you cannot connect to the App Store, iTunes Store, or other Apple services, you can use the methods mentioned in this post to solve the issues.
Fix 5: Use Recovery Mode
Another way to fix iPad stuck on Apple logo is by going to Recovery Mode through iTunes or Finder. Here’s how to do it:
Step 1. If you are using Mac running macOS Catalina and above, launch Finder. If you are running Windows computer or Mac running macOS Mojave below, open iTunes on your computer.
Step 2. Connect your iPad to your computer using a USB cable.
Step 3. Press the Top button and the Home button on your iPad and hold the two buttons for a while until you see the “Connect to iTunes” message.
Step 4. When your device appears on Finder or iTunes, select it.
Step 5. Go to Restore and Restore and Update to confirm the restore.