How To Hard Reset The iPad Pro 2018 Just in Three Easy Steps

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If you’ve got hands on 2018 iPad Pro and enjoying its fantastic performance plus features, cheers, however, even with such great power, it could still become laggy when encountered with a bug. Whenever confronted with such bug you’re first ever thought would be to hard reset your iPad Pro 2018. But since there has been a lot of improvisions in design, you won’t find home Button. That’s why the hard-reset operation is available with slight modification in 2018 iPad Pro. Let’s find out how you can reset 2018 iPad Pro in this step by step tutorial.

How To Hard Reset The New 2018 iPad Pro without Home button

Hard Reset option in smartphone and tabs is provided to take care of temporary bugs in operating system or storage. Even if it is your battery that’s causing the issues, Hard Reset will take care of it as long as it doesn’t have a hardware issue. So without wasting further time, let’s start resetting your new iPad Pro 2018 in these three easy steps.

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How To Hard Reset The New 2018 iPad Pro without Home Button

Follow these Steps to Hard Reset iPad Pro 2018:

Step1: Press and Release the Volume Up button. (Note: the operation is not press and hold, but press and release.)

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Step2: After performing step 1, immediately Press and Release the Volume Down button.

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Step3: Now Press and Hold the Power Button at the top. You will see the Slide to Power off button. Even then, keep on holding the Power Button until you see the Apple logo, then release the power button. That’s all, you will see lock screen after a few seconds, and you are done resetting your iPad Pro in just three easy steps without home buttons.

That is all you have to do in order to hard reset iPad Pro 2018, buddies. What are your thoughts on the method of how to reset new iPad Pro 2018? Share your views with us in the comments.

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Adeel Younas
Editor-in-Chief at TechWafer (previously The Tech) an Entrepreneur, Blogger, Developer, and Freelancer.

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