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Applefan2015

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Feb 22, 2015
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Following on from this thread here:


My iPad is still closing apps randomly.

I thought it was linked to the iOS 14 beta. So factory reset the device.

Can anyone assist me before i contact Apple? I have no AppleCare
 

0128672

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I think more details would be helpful. Is it closing the same apps randomly, or is it closing different apps randomly? When you restored your device, did you restore as new or from a backup?
 

kaylaesq

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Since I added iOS13.6.1, my iPad Pro screen continually freezes. Of course I have to reboot, at least 8 times a day. Can I remove this update until Apple fixes it?
If so, how?
 

teeshot44

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Since I added iOS13.6.1, my iPad Pro screen continually freezes. Of course I have to reboot, at least 8 times a day. Can I remove this update until Apple fixes it?
If so, how?

No you can't remove it. Apple no longer is signing 13.6
 

ApfelKuchen

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Aug 28, 2012
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Since I added iOS13.6.1, my iPad Pro screen continually freezes. Of course I have to reboot, at least 8 times a day. Can I remove this update until Apple fixes it?
If so, how?
If you could be sure that it is actually the fault of iOS 13.6.1 you can hope that Apple will fix it in an upcoming update. However, there are many other potential causes for unexpected behavior like this - a bug in a particular app due to incompatibility with 13.6.1 (maybe there are app updates to install), an error during the OS installation, a bit of corrupted data....

So, start by updating all your apps. See if you can isolate the freezes to using a particular app/performing a particular task. If necessary, a Restore iPad (erase/reinstall of the OS and all apps and data)...
 
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