Does you iPad run slower than it used to? Some factors may affect your iPads performance. This is not an uncommon problem. The following tips should help you speed up your iPad:
- Take good care of your iPad. Please read this article on how to properly maintain your iOS device.
- Close any running apps: Click the Home button twice from the home screen, tap and hold an app, when they start to jiggle, tap the red minus sign. Doing this does not remove the app from your iPad. It just removes it from running as a background process (multitasking).
- Clear Out Your Cache. The iPad safari app can slow things down. From time to time you may want to clear your cache. To do that, simply tap Settings > Safari > Clear History, Clear Cookies and Data.
- Restart your device: If above tips do not do the trick, you may try rebooting your device by pressing and holding the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds until the red “slide to power off” slider appears, and then slide the slider. You can turn it on again by holding down the sleep/wake button again.
Sometimes, the device runs slow after you have updated your iOS. This is especially the case when you have an older iPad that you upgrade to a newer iOS. This can cause motion blurs and slow response issues. If you noticed that your iPad is slow after updating to the latest update, you may want to explore our article that shows you some of the simple fixes that can be made to the settings in order to get a better responsive device. Before you decide to invest in a brand new iPad, please read our article below and try out some of the tricks to see if it helps with your issues.