How many times do we publish reports here about problems with a number of devices after software update? Bugs, minor or serious failures are common for devices with recent updates. And the victim of the time was the 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
After upgrading to iPadOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.5, several users of the Apple tablet started to complain about constant device reboots, which makes them practically useless for use. The device had previously suffered problems with the Magic Keyboard, which drained battery from the Apple tablet.
These complaints flooded the Apple Support Community page, showing that the device has been rebooted shortly after logging in, and sometimes even a few seconds later, about 30 or 45 seconds, even if no application is running.
Another complaint shows that the device automatically restarts every ten minutes, and the difference is that this problem is affecting the 11-inch model. Another user said that when trying to trigger support, he went through a frustrating user verification process.
According to AppleInsider, which surveyed forums and conversations with the service team, there is a problem with version 13.4.1 of iPadOS that is affecting users, and that even factory reset may not solve the problem. However, Apple's service team says it has not concluded that the failure was caused only by the software update.
Other iPad Pro models were not affected by the flaw, and it is not yet clear whether Apple is working on a software update for its tablets. For now, the best thing to do is to reset the iPad before the update, although there is no guarantee that this procedure will completely solve the problem.