The latest mobile operating system update from Apple, iOS 11 has already gained immense popularity among both iPad and iPhone users. This is mainly because of the number of exceptional features introduced by Apple to users in the new update. So, if you are an iPad user who wishes to enjoy all these new features, then you will need to update your device to the latest update.
However, several iPad users who recently updated their tablet to iOS 11 complained that the new iOS update made their device a bit slower, while others complained that they experienced multiple errors and other issues after the update. Note that the latest iOS 11 has been problematic only to a few iPad users. So, before you decide to switch back to the previous iOS update, below are a few simple tips on how to clear up iOS 11 issues in an iPad. This will help you to stay away from errors and make the most of all the new features that come with the new iOS update.
The first and foremost thing you should do after updating your iPad to the latest update is to wait. This is because the hardware might take more than a few hours or even days with re-indexing iOS 11, background tasks, and other processes that can make your device run slow. So, if you have updated your device only a few days back, stay patient because the issues may gradually resolve on its own.
Background App Refresh
Some of the applications in your iPad often automatically reset their background update status after a mobile operating system update. Apps like Facebook and Instagram can rapidly drain the battery power of your device and even make the device slow. Fortunately, you can solve this issue by refreshing the backgrounds app. Below is how to do it.
- Go to the Settings menu in your iPad.
- Tap on General and scroll down until you see the Background App Refresh
- Tap on Background App Refresh to refresh the apps and to solve the issue.
Most of the errors and issues that you are experiencing on your iPad after an operating system update can be solved by simply restarting the device. So, if you have not yet restarted your tablet after the update, follow these set of steps to reset the device.
- Tap on the Settings menu of your tablet.
- Scroll down to find the General section and then tap on it.
- You will now need to tap on Shut Down and then slide to turn off the device.
- Wait for a few seconds and then turn the device back on as usual.
iPad users who are still experiencing errors and other issues on their device should get in touch with an expert tablet repair technician for further assistance.