The iPad black screen may appear after iOS 9.1/9 update, iOS 8.4 upgrade, or when you are using iPad to send an email or playing "Angry Bird" or iPad Black Screen of Death after drop. Whatever and iPad just struck on a black screen.
I've seen a lot of people complain about iPad balck screen on the internet and here I summarize some possible ways to fix iPad/iPhone black screen of death, which, hopefully would be of some help to you.
You can follow the tutorial below to fix iPad black screen. It not only works with iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 Air, iPad mini 4/3/2, iPad 4/3/2, but also work for iPhone 6s/6s Plus/6/6 Plus/5s/5c/5/4S black screen of death. In fact, it applies to all iOS 9.1, iOS 9, iOS 8, iOS 7 and iOS 6 .
Try connecting your iPad to somthing that uses the iPads battery juice. Wait till it runs out of battery, and then recharge it. It might work in some accasions and it is also the easiest way to fix iPad black screen of death.
iPhone & iPod Black Screen you can also do this to fix iOS Black Screen issues.
DFU mode can be helpful (iPhone DFU mode and iPad DFU mode are the same). Hold the Power and Home buttons together (Home is the button on the front, with the square), for about 40 seconds, until you see the white Apple logo. Then let go, and allow the device a minute to reboot. It will then function as usual. If this does not work, you may need to connect your iPad to your computer and do a factory restore using iTunes.
Recovery mode is another workable method. First, make sure you are running the latest version of iTunes (If you click on the help menu on the iTunes toolbar you should see an option to check for updates.)
Till now, we have found a very excellent tool which is professional in fixing iOS black screen for free. It is ReiBoot, and it is very easy to use -- only 2 clicks. According to users' feedback, all users have successfully fix iPhone and even iPad black screen of death with this free software.
Try the tips above to fix iPad black screen. If you are still sad about losing all the precious photos, contacts, Safari bookmarks, etc. you could take my advice and try iPad Data Recovery, a powerful tool that could help to directly recover contacts, iMessages, call historys and more from your iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4/3, iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad 4, iPad Mini, the new iPad, etc.comments powered by Disqus