Are these iPad Mini problems becoming annoying?

Posted: June 29, 2016 in iPad

The decision to enter the mini tablet market might seem something like a reverse strategy for Apple but no one can deny the fact that the resulting iPad Mini has certainly been much appreciated by customers worldwide.

Millions of iPad Minis have been sold already around the world and we are expecting Apple to sell even more. However, like other devices, iPad Mini users tend to face certain common problems with their devices that result in disappointment. While many users would go around looking for iPad Mini parts at cell phone parts stores, others just don’t know what to do.

Here are a few problems you might have faced with your iPad Mini:

The Display Doesn’t Seem Right

The biggest problem about the iPad Mini is the display quality. TheThe Display Doesn’t Seem Right Mini doesn’t sport the retina display and the pixel density is a bit poor. However, it still has a 1024×768 display that is exactly similar to the iPad 2 and it looks much better on a smaller screen. You might notice pixilation at times, but that is just how it is made.

There is no solution for this problem other than waiting for the next iPad Mini, in which we expect improved results.

Auto Brightness Doesn’t Seem To Work

A large number of iPad Mini users have reported problems where the auto brightness function doesn’t seem to work. If you go to a brighter area, the screen brightness should increase automatically; similarly, if you go to a darker room it should go dim.

To fix this problem, press and hold the Home and Power buttons together until you see the Apple logo. Then turn on auto brightness again. To make things work you can also adjust the brightness level yourself by dragging the bar until you find a solution.


Slows Down or Freezes

There are a couple of causes for this kind of behaviour, but in most Slows Down or Freezesof the cases you need to do a manual reset. Hold down the Power button and Home button simultaneously for 10 seconds. Once you see the Apple logo, let the buttons free.

There is a good chance that this problem might be caused by lack of system memory. Restarting will clear out the problematic apps and wipe the RAM free. Also consider going to General Settings>Usage to identify the app that might be causing the problem.

If you are experiencing iPad Mini problems and are now looking for iPad Mini parts, we advise you to get in touch with us. At Injured Gadgets, we are a leading cell phone parts store that can help you get your device right back on track with high quality parts!


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