Some users are experiencing problems with iPad Pro. More specifically, users state that their devices keep turning off and become unresponsive while charging, and not because there’s no battery left.
It seems that a number of iPad Pro users are facing this issue.
iPad Pro was released on November 11, 2015.
Here is how you can troubleshoot this problem:
If you find your iPad Pro unresponsive, this is one of the first things you should try. To do this, press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons together until you see the Apple logo. When you see the logo, let the buttons go.
Update your iPad to the latest version of iOS. Simply go to Settings > General > Software Update. You device will look for an update, if an update is found, please update your device.
If your issue is not resolved, try enabling AirPlane Mode (Settings > Airplane Mode) while it is charging. This means turn on Airplane Mode, then charge, and when it is charged, turn off Airplane mode.
Automatic iCloud back up may be causing this. Go to Go to Settings > iCloud > Backup, then turn off iCloud Backup.
Go to Settings > Privacy > Diagnostics & Usage, and select “Don’t send”.
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Try this tip. Tap Settings > General > Handoff & Suggested Apps and turn off both Handoff and Installed Apps.
Last resort, data corruption in your backup file may be causing this problem You may try restoring your iPad via iTunes and set up as new. Before this step, it is important to back up your device. To do this, connect your device to your computer. In iTunes, select Restore. After you complete this, your device will restart, then set up your device as a new device. Test to see if this fixes your issue. If it does, now you may restore your device from your backup.
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