Power Down the iPad Air 2
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You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to turn an iPad off.
In order to turn an iPad Air 2 off the Power button needs to be pressed
If the tablet is in landscape mode, or positioned horizontally, then the fingerprint sensor will appear on the right side in the middle.
The front facing camera will appear on the left side in the middle
Directly up from the front facing camera on the left side is the Power button
Pressing and holding the Power button will enable you to turn the iPad off.
Press and hold the Power button now
Once you do it, the screen will change.
There will be a Power icon, which will ask you to "Slide to power off."
There will also be an "X" in the bottom, which allows you to "Cancel."
If the iPad is in Portrait mode, then the front facing camera will be in the center of the iPad.
The Power button will be on the top as before
In order to turn it off, we'll once again press the Power button
That will be held for approximately two seconds, at which point the same option to Slide to power off will appear
In order to turn off the iPad, we will press and hold the Power button and slide to the right and then remove our finger
At this point the iPad will be turned off
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