Apple Posts Support Document to Address Issues With iPad Pro Becoming Unresponsive

Apple Posts Support Document to Address Issues With iPad Pro Becoming Unresponsive

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Apple has posted a support document to address issues with the new iPad Pro becoming unresponsive and displaying just a black screen. The document is called, "If your iPad Pro stops responding and the screen is black".

Learn what to do if your iPad Pro doesn't respond when you press buttons or tap on the screen, and the screen is black.

Apple recommends that you Force Restart the device to temporarily fix the issue.

The support document also states that "Apple is aware of this issue and is investigating".

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Apple Posts Support Document to Address Issues With iPad Pro Becoming Unresponsive
Santosc9 - November 23, 2015 at 2:03am
Hopefully IPhone 7 will be of better quality.
Santosc9 - November 23, 2015 at 2:03am
This IPhone isn't even 2 years old yet,it should not be having these issues and I shouldn't have to upgrade to the S to get a device that works properly,and anyways in my personal opinion the S upgraded do not justify my using an early upgrade,I would rather wait it out out for the 7.All my other Apple products work just fine,IPad Air,Apple watch,and although my wife's first IPhone 6 had to be replaced after only 4 months,the replacement she recieved has been fine,like I said I just think that the quality some what gone since Steve Jobs left the scene,and I know that is highly debatable,but again just my own opinion.
And my opinion... - November 23, 2015 at 2:11am
Steve has done some bad final touches along the way to. I understand he did so much and he changed a lot since 2007, but Apple whether he is there or not is still the same often making mistakes even if it means fixing them. At least not all iPhones are getting that in terms of having results of how many people had to replace a phone, but I ad my iPhone since its launch every year and did fine (except I didn't own 4 or 5)
Santosc9 - November 23, 2015 at 1:46am
Nope not faulty,this is the second IPhone 6 I have had,and they both have had the same issues in one way or another,I have gone to multiple genius appointments(and guess what,they are not geniuses,they are overrated techies)and still was unable to get these issues resolved,but then again you can't fix SH*T and maybe if Tim Cook put as much time,money and energy into the Apple products instead of their dumb-ass Apple campuses then maybe their products(namely the IPhone)would be great again.
uCant be serious - November 23, 2015 at 1:54am
1. I owned a 6 and it worked flawless for me. If your problem involved the NAND flash from the 6 plus, idk if there is still a chance to fix that. 2. I have been with Genius Bar a ton of times when I once had the littlest problems to fix and they knew what I what to do (in which are named genius for a reason). 3. The iPhone is what it is and why it's named like that. Compared to your problems that no one else here is complaining about says why you see iPhone different because of your experience unlike everyone else's. Even with less than a fanboy off the bandwagon changes nothing about the name and brand of iPhone. 4. You would be out if this mess if you upgrade to the s. To me it fixes all the problems addressed to the predecessor. Sure U owned a 6 as mentioned already, but I did win that and kept it with my 6s until I get 7s to surprise me with quality once again. Can't wait for 7 to prepare that for me after its release of course.
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