Apple’s recently released tablet, the iPad Air 3 (2019) is deemed among the finest tablets but the fact that no device is perfect makes it possible for this new iOS device to give in to random issues and begin to act up. On this positive note, most of these issues are inflicted by software glitches
Symptoms of random to frequent lags and freezes are often seen on early devices, particularly after several months or years of regular use. The occurrence of these symptoms is often tied to memory-related issues, wear-and-tear or performance degradation. Performance issues in early devices in general are typically due to hardware flaws. Similar symptoms can also
Sluggishness, frozen or unresponsive display and screen lags are common indications of performance problems in mobile devices. These symptoms usually instigate as the device aged or direct results of wear-and-tear. Nonetheless, there also certain factors that can trigger any of these symptoms to occur earlier even on a high-tiered smartphone. Rogue apps, bad updates, and
Random crashes and restarts — these are two of the most annoying device symptoms anyone could encounter. These symptoms are usually attributed to software problems like system crashes or errant files and apps. In some cases, a phone would suddenly crash or shutdown unexpectedly due to hardware damage. Hardware-related symptoms usually occur after the phone
Tackled in this post is a post-update issue on the Apple iPhone XS. Read on to learn what to do if your iPhone XS suddenly keeps restarting and gets stuck on Apple logo after updating to iOS version 12.2. It is highly recommended to regularly update the OS version of your iPhone. Doing so will
Third-party or downloaded apps are usually among the first to endure post-update symptoms in smartphones. This often occurs to apps that aren’t updated, hence they’re not yet set to adapt with the recent system changes. Fortunately, there are a few workarounds that can be regarded as remedies. The methods highlighted below are specifically used to
A problem on being stuck on boot up, black screen or Apple logo usually occurs due to major system crashes. This can be regarded as a serious issue considering that that underlying cause is within the iPhone system. That being said, there is a chance that the device can become totally dysfunctional if not remedied.