iPad is not charging? Here are 6 solutions you can try
iPad is without a doubt, one of the best devices that Apple has made in their entire history, and the upgrades that they are bringing to their newer iPad models, it truly something incredible, there are comparisons online where the iPad has outperformed a few full-fledged laptops as well. But, much like all other gadgets, iPad can also face a few hitches along the way. One of those problems is the iPad refusing to charge even when it is plugged in. We have faced this issue and after consulting experts, we have compiled 6 solutions that you can try to handle this problem.
Number 1. Check for overheating
Every gadget has an optimum temperature window in which it operates. iPad is no different. For your information, 32º to 95º F is the ambient temperature range suited for an iPad. Now, if you are using the iPad in an area that is not well ventilated, or too hot or cold, it may stop functioning normally and even refuse to charge itself when you plug it in. If the iPad is too hot, wait for it to cool down, and if it is too cold, try putting it in a warm place and wait for it to reach operational temperature and then try plugging it in again.