Hint Mind you, advice on iPad below are iPhone / iPod touch applicable.
Due to its well balancing operating system and SoC processor the iPad itself is a fantastically fast computing device. However this is the nature of human being to run faster any thing capable of speeding. You may be surprised to know that your new iPad Air / Retina iPad mini or Apple tablet of older gens i.e. iPad 2/ iPad 3 / iPad 4 can be effectively accelerated. Here is a simple sequence to experience the better performance of you iconic tablet:
- Sync all apps you bought from AppStore to iTunes.
- Disconnect tablet from computer.
- Delete from your Apple tablet the app that seems to be running slowly/strange by tapping and holding on the app icon until it get wobbly and, then, clicking the cross at the upper right corner on the icon.
- Press Home button to stop the wriggling for all remaining icons on the tablet screen.
- Plug Apple tablet to your computer with USB cable so that iTunes has accepted your gadget.
- After your iPad is in Devices section of iTunes click the Apps tab in the iTunes window.
- Find the app you just deleted and make sure it is checked.
- Click Sync. This will reinstall deleted app from iTunes that makes sure that all files pertaining to app are not corrupt and installed properly.
- Disconnect tablet from computer and power it off.
- After 10 seconds power on your tablet .Or geeks reported that iPad apps behave better after a sync reinstall than after reinstall (or even ordinary install) from AppStore.
Trim the Spotlight Indexing.
- The indexing service is the last thing you need on iPad. Turning it off will slightly speed up the tablet and may prevent it from crashes:
- Tap Settings.
- On the Settings menu tap General.
- On the General submenu tap Spotlight Search.
- Either uncheck entirely all fields in Spotlight Search submenu or disable what you don't depend on.
- Tap General to return back.
- Return to Home screen by using five-fingers gesture.
Give remedy to RAM.
Poor RAM usage by apps running in background (multitasking mode) may also slow down your tablet. The side effect of it is iOS tablet keeps kicking you out of any app you launched. Look here how to fix this problem and speed up your iPad .
Some times when you backup Apple tablet using iTunes the process takes a long time. This is very likely due to verification issue: iTunes folder on your computer holding the backup of iPad get corrupted. To resolve this and make backup procedure faster follow this tip:
- Launch iTunes, then go to Edit => Preferences => Devices.
- Delete all backups, one by one by positioning your mouse pointer over certain backup and pressing the Delete Backup button.
This will eliminate corrupted backups and trigger to start a faster new backup process.
- Start backup by pressing Sync. The new backup process might be slow initially but next time will become much faster.
The big time killers related to backup are Zinio magazines, that can consume up to several hours of backup-time when you have this app on your iPad. To avoid such waste of time turn off the backup function in Zinio settings:
- Open Zinio ==> Tap the wheel at the upper-right corner ==> Tap Library Backup ==> Tap ON to get it OFF.
Fiddling with tablet may encourage you to unveil 50+ secrets that can help you maintain iPad.