As with all electronic devices, your iPad Pro should occasionally be turned off and restarted. Apple had to change the process between generations, so newer iPads take an extra step. To turn off your iPad Pro Face ID or Home Button model.
Disable your iPad Pro with Face ID.
If you have one of the newer iPad Pros built in 201
First, press and hold the main / power switch and one of the volume buttons at the same time. Keep both buttons pressed until the slider "Slide to switch off" is displayed at the top of the display.
Slide the power button on the screen to the right to turn off the iPad Pro.
After a few moments, your iPad Pro's display goes off. The tablet is now off.
Turn off your iPad Pro with the Home button.
Turning off the older iPad Pros is easier.
Press and hold the Top / Power button for a few seconds until the Slide to Shutdown slider appears at the top of the display.
If you slide the power button to the right on the screen, your iPad Pro will shut down.
Your iPad Pro should now be off. It may take a few seconds for the tablet's display to turn off completely.
Turning on the iPad Pro
After your iPad Pro is turned off, you can turn it back on. Fortunately, this process is the same for all generations.
Hold down the top / power button for a few seconds until the Apple logo appears on the screen. After giving the tablet a minute to boot, you should return to the iPad Pro's lock screen.
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And that was ! Unfortunately, Apple had to change the shutdown of the iPad Pro between generations, but now you know how to turn off your tablet.