Top iPadOS Problems and How to Fix Them

After the last year's release of the new iPad Pro, every iPad user were very concerned due to the fact that, the new iPad is excellent but the poorly designed iOS 12 is keeping it handicap. But this year Apple worked on it, listed to the concerns and made the iOS 13 much better so that it can live up to user's expectations.

The new iOS 13 is packed with features like "Slide over and split view", "new home screen", "text editing", "keyboard" and more. But only the beta version of the OS has been accessible to the public and it seems great but as usual it is riddled with glitches which is also making the overall experience painful. Even after the release of the new iOS 13 beta 4 is showing several iPadOS problems and users are really concerned about that. But there are fixes available, let's have a look.

Part 1: Top Problems and Fixes on iPadOS

Even though you are using the latest version of iOS 13 beta it is still riddled with numerous issues which could ruin the experience completely. But as usual Apple was very upfront about this, and warned the users. So, let's take a look at the top iOS 13 beta 4 issues that the troubling the users for the time being;

Problem 1: Touch Controls Stop Working on iPadOS

Numerous users have complained on iOS dedicated forums that the touch controls stop working on iPadOS immediately after they updated to iOS 13 beta 4. This is a very concerning issue for the users, as the moment the touch control stops working, they won't be able to do anything with their iPads. But don't worry there are solutions available;

Quick Fixes:

  • 1. Hard Reset;
  • 2. Delete Problematic Applications
  • 3. Factory Restore iPad with iTunes in DFU Mode

Problem 2: iPad Keeps Rebooting after iOS 13 bate 4 Update

Another very common issue of iOS 13 beta 4 is that the iPad Keeps Rebooting After iOS13 beta 4 Update. The users have complained about this constant rebooting of the device after update on dedicated forums. This is a quite irritating issue but there are fixes available;

Quick Fixes:

  • 1. Hard Reset;
  • 2. Close All Applications
  • 3. Check Analytics

If nothing is working, then factory reset the iPad. All the data from your iPad will be erased but the issue will be solved.

Problem 3: Multitasking Not Working Properly on iPadOS Beta 4

Another very common issue of iOS 13 beta 4 is that the iPad Keeps Rebooting After iOS13 beta 4 Update. The users have complained about this constant rebooting of the device after update on dedicated forums. This is a quite irritating issue but there are fixes available;

Quick Fixes:

  • 1. Hard Reset;
  • 2. Toggle Multitasking Option
  • 3. Reset All Settings

Sadly, if any of the listed solution is not working for, then quite frankly you have to look for a iOS system repair software, which will definitely fix the issues. The best iOS Systemtem Repair tool is discussed below.

Part 2: Ultimate Solution on iPadOS Problems

It does not matter what kind of iPadOS problems you are facing, there is an ultimate solution available for it.

Yeas, such programs are available. Although, the discussed solutions are very effective but they are only effective for those individual issues. But doing such will not be very efficient as the even the iOS 13 beta 4 is still full of glitches and every time a different issue occurs, you have to look for a different solution. It is not very convenient. So, having an ultimate solution is much better option.

The ultimate solution is actually, a very potent iOS system repair tool called Tenorshare ReiBoot. It is very effective against all type of iOS 13 bugs. Setup and the operation of the program is also very simple, let's have look at the steps below;

Step 1 First, you need to download and install ReiBoot on your computer or Mac and connect your iPad to it.

Step 2 launch the program and select "Repair Operating System" after the iPad is detected.

repair operating system

Step 3 In the following interface, click "Start Repair" in order to proceed.

click start repair

Step 4 Now, you will see the firmware download screen. You need to click "Browse" in order to set a path for the firmware selected by you. After that click "Download" to proceed.

click download

Step 5 After the firmware package is downloaded on your computer, click "Start repair" in order to fix iOS issues on your iPad.

start repair

The repair procedure will take a significantly long period of time get completed. The progress will be visible on the program interface.

Related Read: How to Downgrade iPadOS to iOS 12

Conclusion

You need to remember that, even if it is the updated iOS 13 beta 4; this is still an experimental version. So, it is supposed to be filled with problems and you need to be ready to face them. But looking for individual solutions for each problems will be very difficult and not convenient. So, using a solution like Tenorshare ReiBoot will be very useful for you as it is an All-in-one solution for all iOS related issues.

Update 2019-07-29 iPadOS
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