The first-generation Apple iPad is finally here. But the words "first generation" are also attached to the words "quirks and bugs," and most of the time, many new Apple iPad users will experience problems generally associated with first-generation products. Read the basic guides below to help you repair your Apple iPad.
1. Check for updates on the Apple website regularly. Some people have reported problems with the WiFi connectivity of the Apple iPad. One such remedy that has proven effective is updating your router's firmware or changing your router's password encryption. Other iPad users suggest that you can try repositioning your router if you experience a weak WiFi signal. Apple's latest iPad firmware update promises to fix this problem as well. You can find the best iPad repair in Sydney from http://www.iexperts.com.au/ipad-repairs/.
2. Try restarting your iPad before trying anything else. If your iPad hangs or you are constantly experiencing problems with it, try resetting your Apple iPad before taking it to an official Apple store for repair. Repair problems can be fixed, most of the time, with a soft reset. All you have to do is press and hold the power button (located on the top right of the device) for at least three seconds. The slider button should appear after three seconds or more. Slide the arrow with your finger to turn off your iPad. Wait about 15 seconds before turning it back on.
3. Try replacing the battery in your iPad. If you think your iPad's battery life isn't what it used to be, maybe it's time to replace it. You can buy a battery for this Apple tablet at any Apple store. To replace the battery, you must first disassemble the screen from the rest of the body. You can do this by using a metal "spudger" (a tool that can be used on iPhones) to open your iPad. Do this carefully so you don't scratch or dent your Apple iPad. Once you lift the screen, you will see the battery case underneath.