1 Reply Latest reply: Mar 9, 2014 12:15 PM by judysings
Mayvel Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

unable to continuosly open my ipad3, just stock up just with the apple logo and it turns off again.


iPad, iOS 7.0.6
  • judysings Community Specialists Community Specialists (3,465 points)

    Hi Mayvel,

     

    Welcome to the Support Communities!

       

    The article below may be able to help you with this.  Click on the link to see more details and screenshots. 

     

    iOS: Not responding or does not turn on

    http://support.apple.com/kb/TS3281?viewlocale=en_US

     

    • Does not turn on (or power on) when you press any button
    • Does not start up past Apple logo
    • Appears frozen or unresponsive

    Resolution

    1. If a single application is not responding or stops responding when it opens, you can force it to close.
    2. If the device is unresponsive or if certain controls aren't working as expected, restart your device.
    3. If the device remains unresponsive or does not turn on (or power on), reset your device.
    4. If there is no video or if the screen remains black, verify that the device has enough charge to turn on:
      1. If you are using an iPad, ensure that it's connected to the USB Power Adapter supplied with the device.
      2. Let it charge for at least twenty minutes, then see if it starts normally.
      3. If there is no image on the screen, press the Sleep/Wake button to attempt to wake the device.
      4. If the screen displays a red battery icon, continue charging the device until the battery is fully charged. Learn more about charging iPhone and iPod touch, or iPad.
    5. If the above steps do not resolve the issue, or the if the screen remains black or shows a persistent Apple logo, try restoring with iTunes:
      1. Connect the device to your computer and open iTunes.
      2. If the device appears in iTunes, select and click Restore on the Summary pane. Learn more aboutrestoring iOS software.
      3. If the device doesn't appear in iTunes, try to force the device into recovery mode, and then restore it.
    6. If the above steps do not resolve the issue, contact Apple.

     

    I hope this information helps ....

    Have a great day!

     

     

    - Judy