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How to Speed Up iPad When iPad Running Slow

--Rachel Carrie Feb. 24, 2017
Recently, I heard most voice about iPad is “Why is my iPad so slow?” from iPad users. They are very miss the iPad speed when they first took it from its box. It ran so fast and it looks so snappy.

But all those were the days. As the using time getting long, the iPad running slow issue comes. In this article, you will surprise to find 7 basic and simple tips for you to speed up your iPad(iDevice in iOS 9/9.2/9.3/9.3.3/9.3.4/9.3.5 are supported). Here we go!


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How to Speed Up iPad with Basic Tips?

1.Update to latest iOS System to Expedite iPad

It is very essential to update the your iPad to the latest iOS. So that you can get the new features and security fixes. To update your iOS, you can:
Go to Settings>tap on Software Update>check if new iOS is offered>follow the guide of process

2.Delete No Need Apps/Games

You might have no need apps to occupy the disk space. This apps is not only take up the space but also the CPU. So you can:
go to setting > general > usage > manage storage, then choose and delete unwanted apps to deleted no need apps/games.

deleted apps
In addiction, you can find out how much space has left, you can:
Go to General tap in Setting>Tap Usage
Then you can see the situation about space you have available / used.

to find space

3. Close Transparency and Motion

Although using transparency and motion can make your visual experience better, it also occupy CPU on your iPad. To make your iOS 9 run faster, just try to disable these cool effects, which would be useful especially when you use an old iPhone or iPad.

To Reduce Transparency
Settings > General > Accessibility > Increase Contrast
To Reduce Motion
Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion


Close Transparency and Motion

4. Clear browser cache 

We all know when one visit a Web page, Safari will produce memory cache for faster to visit Web page or Safari again. But as the using time getting long, the cache will be large. So clearing the browser cache is also a place for you to speed up your iPad, since the storage space for storing memory cache will be deleted.
To do this you can: 
Go Settings>Safari on the left side>tap on Clear Cookies and Data>Affirm by tapping Clear in the popup window.
Clear browser cache

5. Turn off Background Apps Refresh and Auto-Update

Background apps activities are often the culprit slowing down your iOS operating system. Luckily, Apple offers its users the features to turn off background refresh and auto-update to make their iPhone/iPad have a good performance.
How to turn off background apps refresh
Setting > General > Turn off Background App Refresh.
How to stop apps update automatically
Setting > General > iTunes > App Store > Turn off Updates.

Hope these easy-to-handle tips will help you solve the issue of “how do i speed up my ipad?” If you have any more solutions, please share your thoughts in the comments or contact us via Email support@renewandroid.com


6.Wipe the Device and Reload 

Here’s another simple method. To wipe your iPad(like iPad 2/iPad 3) and reload it from backup. 
To do this, you must do a backup to your device first. iCloud or iTunes are recommend to help to backup. Besides, you can also get the help of iPad Backup Tool, a powerful tool for you to backup the iPad data to PC. If you don't have a backup then you're going to have to reload your data manually, and it will take a lot time.

Follow the steps below to move on:
1.Make sure again you have backup your stuff.
2.Go to Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings
3.Follow the wiping process guide and finish the wiping
4. Let the reset process do its thing. This shouldn't take long.
5. After finishing the wiping, then turn to recover from a backup.

Hope above tips really help you to speed up your iPad, even though yours aging first-generation iPad. If you have any more tips after trying, please don't hesitate to tell us, and we will sign here and tell more iPad users.

Here's a video guide to speed up your iPad Mini.

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