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iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, model no. A1475. Available in Space Gray or Silver, with 16/32/64/128 GB configurations.

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Blue Screen on my Ipad Air

Good morning , my ipad air has died suddenly doing a blue screen before turning off. I restored , worked 24 hours then redid and since then not restored more , this may depend on what ?

I remember that some time after charging the night , I took it in the morning and was restarted by itself ... this thing has happened several times recently.

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hello kevin , I have downloaded the program , but how do I connect my ipad to mac and coconut open , it does not detect it ... perhaps because it is to be restored but failing that I do not know how to do ....


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I've seen a few iPhones do this when they had a dying Battery, or a dead Fingerprint Sensor. With that in mind, I think it's your battery.

Do you have access to a Mac OS machine? If so, we can isolate the battery as an issue or not; A free program called CoconutBattery will tell you the status of your iPad battery. Here's a link, it's free:

The small app will tell you if your Battery is Good, Fair, Poor, Needs Servicing, etc. In addition, it will provide you with a Cycle count. Feel like posting the cycle count and status to this thread? The test will take less than 1 minute.

Keep us posted. :)

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recently dropped my iPad Air. It wasn't a bad drop, it was from about chair seat height and it has a cover on. A few hours later, after using the iPad almost continuously with no problem the iPad started giving me the blue screen of death and restarting. It would do this every 5 minutes or so. At this time my battery percentage was a 3% even though the iPad was plugged in it stayed at 3% (for over an hour), restarting by itself continuously. I searched for a solution and found that it needs to be restored by putting it in recovery mode connect to iTunes and restore.

I did that about 3 times, each time still getting the blue screen problem. I now noticed the battery percentage was going down to 2% then 1% during the times I tried restoring through iTunes. It doesn't seem to be charging while plugged into the Mac Mini.

The problem has now increased to the iPad dying completely while plugged into my mac mini through the USB plug. Now I can't get it into the recovery mode to try and restore again. If I plug the iPad into a power outlet to charge, it starts up with he Apple logo for a few seconds then switches off again. It cycles between the Apple logo and black screens continuously while plugged into power. But, as soon I unplug it, it dies completely. I had it plugged into power to try get some battery power on the device.

I thought of trying to get the iPad into recovery mode while plugged into power by holding down the home and power button. This does work but as soon as unplug from power to plug into iTunes the iPad dies.

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u did not tell me nothen at all.ok tell me how to fix the blue screen.that would be helpfull

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