If you performed a restore or had your iPad replaced or repaired, you have one more task to accomplish. Your iPad may work flawlessly at this point, but some or all of your stuff — your music, movies, [more…]
If your iPad acts up in any way, shape, or form, the first thing you should try is to give its battery a full recharge before you proceed.
Don’t plug the iPad’s dock connector–to–USB cable into a USB port [more…]
If you recharge your iPad (Step 1 of troubleshooting) and it still misbehaves, the next thing to try is restarting it. Just as restarting a computer often fixes problems, restarting your iPad sometimes [more…]
If your iPad is acting up, and you've tried recharging the battery and restarting your iPad and resetting it, the next thing you should try is removing some or all of your data to see whether it’s causing [more…]
Assuming you want to setup a manageable group of iPads for classroom use (from 10 to 150 iPads), your best option is Apple Configurator. Use Configurator to setup new iPads, install iPad apps, and manage [more…]