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Over heating iPAD

I have iPad Pro (2nd Generation - 2017). From last, it is overheating.Help me to fix this?

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Warranty or AppleCare applicable to this

iPad?

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Just had such a complaint.

The iPad did get warm and the owner didn't like that. The pad never shutdown, rebooted, it was just warm. The owner said it was too hot. They never could show it failing and what I called warm they called too hot.

There was no fix for that one.

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change battery

You need to change battery I guess.

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You could call it.....

....a heating iPad. It works well during the winter months to keep you warm when you go to sleep.

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Battery issues cause it to warm.

Battery defects. Change the battery or get it repaired to the service center.

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At this point

The OP would be better off buying a new iPad. The OP states they are using an iPad (2nd generation), the current model is 6th generation. Not worth trying to fix IMHO.

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As noted, OP has a worn out device or battery.

I would not call an iPad of about 5 or more years to be defective at that age. These are at best 5 year designs. If they want to try a new battery, that's not a bad idea.

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