Often the cause of uncontrolled restarting the device is the presence of problems with the software. In this case, you'll need to reflash the iPad. To do this, connect enabled the device to the computer using the USB cable that came with the tablet. Then wait for the iTunes program and click on the iPad icon in the upper right corner of the program.
Click on the "Browse" button and select "Restore iPad" which can be found in the Central window of the program. Begin the process of resetting the device and installing the firmware again. Wait until the procedure is over. After flashing, you will see a notification on the device screen. Unplug the iPad and perform the necessary settings and check the functionality of the tablet.
Malfunction of the battery in the device becomes frequent the reason that the iPad starts to reboot uncontrollably. You can replace the battery manually or in a service center. While self-repair is likely to damage some parts of the tablet, and because, in the absence of experience disassembling such devices is not worth it to try to carry out the replacement procedure.
Installing a defective battery can cause more serious damage tablet.
If you decide to change the battery, please buy only original batteries for the tablet. Although they have increased the price, original Apple spare parts, you can extend the lifetime of the device.
Violation of the PCB
If constant reboot of the device was preceded by dropping the device or exposure to moisture, it is likely that the cause of the problem was the violation of the PCB. To fix the device, you'll need to replace it. To do this, take the unit to the nearest service center Apple or any other salon, which carried out repairs to the iPad.
Describe your problem and order diagnostic device, the results of which will be known about the true cause of failure.
The fault processor iPad is the most serious failure, which might be faced by the owner. Changing the processor will be one of the most expensive procedures that can be implemented only after conducting a complete diagnosis and exclusion of other causes of failure.