What to Do If Your iPad Battery Will Not Charge

Published: 30th May 2011
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If you still cannot locate the issue preventing your iPad from charging after these steps, you might have a defective or spent battery. A replacement battery will cost you US$99 plus $6.95 shipping. We suggest going to an Apple store for a diagnosis if one is reasonably nearby.

How to solve iPad problems remains the common question in iPad uses. Even with the growing popularity of iPad there have been some major problems that have been reported by the iPad uses.

Since the early days of iPad launch there have been many common problems that have been reported. These problems are not very serious but can cause inconvenience to the one who is using iPad on a daily basis. Below given are some of the ways to solve these problems.

iPad commonly has a problem of not charging or of a slow charging. Even when the users plugs his or her iPad two and laptop he or she gets not charging message. This iPad doesn't work even with the relatively new laptops that have been launched. In these cases the fullest possibility of charging your iPad is to pluck the iPad directly into the mains using the supplied charging plug. Secondly if you put your iPad on the sleep mode then even the older and low powered USB ports will be able to recharge it. However this may be a bit slowly - ipad not charging, .

The next common problem that the iPad faces is the Wi-Fi network problem. Since iPad has been launched there have been many press coverage is over iPad Wi-Fi problem. There is still a dispute in the uses and even in the makers about Wi-Fi be a genuine problem not. Many of them suggest that it is a design fault itself. This can be solved with a hard reset. The user has to simply press and hold the iPad sleep / Wake until a screen asking power shutdown appears. This will reset your iPad. After doing so the user has to simply press and hold the sleep or Wake button to restart it. This may solve the problem to an extent. These are two major problems of iPad which will reduce the user questioning of how to solve iPad problems?

Hard reset your iPad.

7. Your iPad might be charging even though the status bar displays "Not Charging." We have seen a software glitch in some of iPads. Notice the charge level before plugging in your iPad to the AC adapter or USB port of your computer. (i.e. 65%) If a few hours later you see the status bar displaying a higher charging percentage, your battery is not the problem.

If you still cannot locate the issue preventing your iPad from charging after these steps, you might have a defective or spent battery. A replacement battery will cost you US$99 plus $6.95 shipping. We suggest going to an Apple store for a diagnosis if one is reasonably nearby.

Here is a list of steps to troubleshoot why your iPad battery won't charge before having to send it in for a replacement battery.

1. Double-check all connections to create certain everything is plugged incorrectly.

2. Try connecting your iPad cable to the USB power adapter and plug that into an outlet.

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