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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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Boot Loop stuck on apple logo

My iPad gets stuck on boot loop showing the apple logo but never really booting up, i tried using the 30W charger that i use for my iPhone but still it did not boot up and after reading online i thought it might an issue because of the baterry getting old so i bought one ifixit and tried it, but still i face the same issue, any thoughts on what i should consider doing.

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What happened to the iPad in the days or weeks leading up to the issue; was it dropped, repaired or came into contact with water?

My first thought was a bad battery as well but if you have already installed a replacement battery and have the exact same issue, then your problem is probably elsewhere (it could still be a bad replacement battery…). If you already have a backup of the data, you could try a DFU Restore of the device. This would solve any software related issues.

If that doesn’t help, then you likely have a hardware issue, either modular in nature or on the logic board. You could try to disconnect the LCD and Digitizer, the cameras and buttons etc to see if the logic board and battery alone will allow the phone to boot into iTunes. Beyond that, you will need to have this iPad looked at by an experienced micro-solderer.

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I don’t remember if it was dropped prior to it not working but it definitely did not come into contact with water and was not repaired and I used a battery that was bought on which almost 100% authentic


But even for a DFU restore the iPad has to be on for at least 10 seconds which it is not… and about the data inside it, I don’t need it I just want to use the iPad for a few more years if possible, so micro soldering would be more costly option which I wouldn’t do unless I have some important data on my device.


Micro-soldering repairs aren't that expensive and are certainly less expensive than replacing a device...unless you had already decided to upgrade anyway, which doesn't seem to be the case here.

Ask around and you may be surprised.


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