iPad Pro Camera Keeps Closing, Black or Crashing on Launch iPadOS

Last Updated on Jul 17, 2021

Every app can crash; it doesn’t matter whether it is a pre-installed app or a third-party application. It sucks! Most of the time, when users report about a particular issue related to an app like Camera keeps closing on iPad Pro, Apple takes action. Sometimes, users didn’t notice that Apple has fixed their major bug, but it only happens when you keep your iPad Pro up to date.

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Below we have listed potential troubleshoots that can be very helpful to get rid of the camera that keeps closing on iPad Pro. iPad Pro camera is mostly people like to access from the lock screen (Swipe Left on screen). Because it’s time-consuming, first open your iPad lock screen using a passcode or with Face ID or Touch ID. Sometimes quick action on the camera app makes the iPad screen freeze or unresponsive, Unable to click the on-camera button, or captured late photo after a click to do.

Fix Your iPad Pro Camera issues That Have Closing itself on Launch or Crashing

iPad pro Camera close and Black screen
iPad pro Camera close and Black screen

Fix 1: Restart iPad Pro

The first troubleshooting trick is to restart the iPad Pro. There are many cases where people got positive results by simply restarting their iPad Pro. Next, give a try to Hard restart the iPad Pro; it might fix the Camera that keeps closing on the iPad Pro.

Fix 2: Check for the Updates

As usual, if you haven’t updated the iPad Pro to the latest software, then you are likely to encounter apps crashing issues in iPad Pro. Just keep in mind the updates are released to improve the device, not to consume more storage. So please go and check and update the iPad if any pending update is available.

  • Step #1: Go to the “Settings” app in your iPad Pro.
  • Step #2: Tap “General”.
  • Step #3: Select “Software Update”.
  • Step #4: In case any update is available then tap “Download & Install”.
  • install the latest iOS 13.1.2 or later to fix the problem.

Fix 3: Not Enough Storage

Most of the iPad buyers have 16 Gigabytes or 32 Gigabytes storage iPad models. So in a short period, apps and data filled up whole storage that doesn’t know the iPad owner. So you need to check this at. First, Available storage on iPad under the Settings app > General > About and Scroll to the Available storage. Next, read my guide to make free up storage on iPhone. Then, quickly delete unused big videos, apps (Offload app), and more.

That’s it. Restart the iPad and check your problem is fixed or not. Get more tips to improve, follow the next solution.

Fix 3: Reset All Settings

I don’t remember the changes you have made in the Settings app. If you have made changes unknowingly on your iPad Pro, then there are chances you may encounter a camera app that keeps crashing in iPad Pro. To this problem, we have only one solution that is Reset All Settings. It will clear all the custom settings to default.

What will be reset? Reset your WiFi, Personal Hotspot password, a Network setting that auto-install when you turn on, Manual settings like wallpaper, Bluetooth devices, Web site password from safari, FaceID, or Touch ID.

  • Step #1: Open the “Settings” app.
  • Step #2: Tap “General”.
  • Step #3: Tap “Reset”.
  • Step #4: On the bottom, you will find “Reset All Settings”.
  • Step #5: If asked, enter the passcode of iPad Pro.
  • Step #6: Let your iPad Pro restarts.

Fix 4: Restore iPad Pro

Still, the Camera app keeps closing in iPad Pro? Then your iPad might be dealing with some serious issues. Your last option is to wipe out the iPad by restoring the iPad Pro to the factory settings to fix that unknown bug or glitch. But before you take action, you will need to take a backup of the iPad; otherwise, you won’t be able to access the wiped data of iPad Pro.

Back up your iPad at first, Becuase this process erases all the data, apps, and settings at once. We can’t recover without a Backup file; once you Erase all contacts and settings, you can restore the old backup from iTunes or iCloud.

  • Step #1: Launch “Settings” app.
  • Step #2: Tap “General”.
  • Step #3: Open “Reset”.
  • Step #4: Locate “Erase All Contents & Settings”.
  • Step #5: Enter the passcode, if asked.
  • Step #6: Wait for a minute until the iPad gets restarted.

Fix 5: Contact Apple Support

Camera apps keep closing in iPad Pro, still not gone? You will need to make an appointment at the local Apple Store. There you will get a proper solution to your problem even if any hardware damage has occurred.

I am sure about 80% there are no issues with your hardware, but the big problem is the software you failed to catch. So you can get free help from the apple support center that’s nearby you. Also, you can discuss your problem with apple support online or Book an appointment near the apple store’s Genius bar.

jaysukh patel

Jaysukh Patel is the founder of howtoisolve. Also self Professional Developer, Techno lover mainly for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and iOS, Jaysukh is one of responsible person in his family. Contact On: [email protected] [OR] [email protected]

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