Does your iPad get stuck in an interface or blink repeatedly to shut down and turn on? This condition can be defined as the system constantly being restarted. This is when the iPad keeps randomly rebooting or constantly rebooting. A similar problem is that iPad devices can shut down unexpectedly rather than a reboot. This problem can occur when you upgrade to the latest version of the iPad.So how do you fix an iPad that keeps rebooting or crashing?For a variety of reasons, such as battery issues, software issues, bad applications, you may encounter this problem. This is a serious problem. When your iPad reboots unexpectedly, the results can be inconvenient or even disastrous. It could cause you to lose data or miss important calls. Therefore, it is important to fix this problem now to prevent it from happening again in the future.Here are some steps to fix this problem. Note that the steps are listed in order, starting with the first step and continuing until the problem is resolved. Force a reboot of your iPadThis is also called a hard reset. But don't worry, it doesn't delete anything. Here's how to forcibly reboot your device:IPad with Face IDPress and release the volume up button.Press and release the volume drop button.Press the side button until you see the Apple logo. Then release the button and your device will restart.IPad models with a Home button:Hold down both the On/Off (Sleep/Wake) and Home buttons until you see the Apple logo, then release the button. Check software updatesCheck the iPad app for updates. Update your iPad if an update is available.Open your iPad's Settings - > General - & gt; Software updatesIf there are updates, follow the on-screen instructions.Also, make sure all your apps are up to date.On your iPhone or iPad, update your apps. Here is:Or on your iPad, open the App Store.Click on your profile icon.Scroll down and find the update section available.If there are updates, tap All Updates. Batteries are healthyWhen your battery ages, it can cause your iPad to shut down unexpectedly.The battery health of your device may cause this problem. On your device, click Settings -> Battery than -> Battery health. This page will tell you if your battery needs a certain service. Like whether you need a new iPad battery.If your iPad is still covered under warranty or AppleCare, you can replace the battery. Apple charges $69 to $49 to replace expired batteries. If not covered by warranty or AppleCare, you can contact Oriwhiz. Oriwhiz is a reliable iPad repair parts supplier that provides different repair parts for iPad. if you would like to buy an iPad battery replacement, please feel free to click on the iPad repair parts category and select the product you want. Clear out your iPad storage spaceYour iPad needs plenty of storage space. Low storage or no available storage may be the cause of the iPad reboot. First, check your storage space to find out what takes up the most space on your iPad. Then you might want to delete some apps or photos etc to free up storage space.Your device needs enough storage space to function properly. Lack of free storage space degrades device performance. For best performance, try to keep at least 1GB of free space on your device. Your iPad is Overheating Overheating may have contributed to the problem. Know what to do when your iPad gets hot. It's not common. If your iPad overheats, you should try to cool it down. Also, your equipment should not overheat. If your device gets very hot, it's a sign of equipment, hardware or software failure.High-quality iPad repair parts supplierOriwhiz (Shenzhen DongYe Tengfei Electronic Co., Ltd) is a professional iPad repair parts, iMac, Mac Book, Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung, Sony, LG, Asus repair parts and repair tools supplier which has served thousands of repair shops with wholesale parts and hundreds of thousands of individual customers with the parts needed to fix their own iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and other digital devices. Welcome to contact us to get high-quality repair parts and service.