4066 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 23, 2011 5:44 PM by Jman117
I wonder if its actually bad for the device to reboot it like that.. Anybody else know the cause, or if this is actually a bad thing?
Apple recommends this particular fix if the iPad does not respond, turn on, goes a little haywire. It's merely rebooting the device and clearing the memory. It's not a problem at all unless you have to resort to the "hard reset" as it is called on a daily basis in order to get it to work properly. If you have to do it every day, then there probably is an underlying problem.
IMHO - with all the hype about the incredible battery life, I think users don't turn their iPads off on a regular basis and they just let their devices go to sleep and then use it maybe for several days, until it needs a charge. They plug in the charger, let it sleep, get back up to full charge and start the whole cycle again.
Rebooting every few days - again - IMHO - is a good idea.
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