If you are an ardent user of the Apple iPad and you have recently upgraded the OS to iOS 9.3, chances are that your iPad 2 has stopped working. You are not the only one out there who has been facing this issue. Many owners of the iPad 2 have complained that their devices have stopped responding after they have updated to iOS 9.3. If your iPad 2 stopped working after iOS 9.3 update, here is how you can fix the problem.
Firstly, there have been multiple complaints and Apple has come out with a new build for the iOS 9.3. It is called 13E236.
The update has already been rolled out for iPad owners. Check the update and see if it is also available for your device and region. If so, then you can update the iOS in your iPad 2.
If your iPad 2 is totally unresponsive to touch and any button presses, then your iPad is Bricked. Don’t worry, this is not a problem that cannot be sorted out. Download the new build of iOS 9.3 on your MAC. Plug in your device into a PC and then use iTunes to update the iOS build in your iPad 2.
That should fix the problem when your iPad 2 stopped working after iOS 9.3 update. If you have another alternative or a method to fix this, let me know in the comments below. Did this method not work for you? Comment below about why you think it did not work for you. Contact Apple to get the issue sorted out.
There are die hard Apple fans and hard core Blackberry followers. The tension between these groups is so thick you could slice it and it is all because of the latest tablet computers that have been developed by these corporate giants; the Blackberry Playbook and the iPad 2. Each of these groups claims that their tablet computer is ‘the best’. With fantastic features on each of these different models, it can be hard pressed to stand on one side or the other. So this epic battle of tablet devices wages on as many seek to answer the question: “Which one is better?”
We all know that Apple devices are famous because of iTunes and the App Store. This gives any Apple device a +1 automatically. Also, with their new iCloud feature coming this fall there is an even bigger draw towards Apple products.
In order to get a thorough viewpoint on which one is better you need to, of course, examine the specs. Below is picture comparing visually comparing the two devices, and below that is a table comparing the specs side by side.
I Pad 2
0.7 megapixel rear camera
5 megapixel rear, 3 megapixel front
BlackBerry Tablet OS
Media Output Capabilities
HDMI and business presentation
As you can see, despite all of the hype about Apple, iTunes, and all of the other features of the iPad 2, the Playbook hits back. Hard.