My iPad Won't Come On
If your iPad refuses to turn on, the software on your device may have crashed, causing a temporary failure. Your iPad may also be out of battery power. Supply battery power to your device and perform a reset to get the software back up and running so you can turn your iPad back on.
Plug your iPad into an electrical outlet using the supplied power cable.
Press and hold the “Sleep/Wake” button, located on the top-right panel of the device, and the “Home” button, located on the bottom-center of the device's front panel.
Hold the two buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds until the “Apple” logo appears on the screen.
Release the buttons. If your iPad still doesn’t turn on after resetting the device, you may have hardware failure. Contact Apple Product & Technical Support at 1-800-APL-CARE (1-800-275-2273) or visit a local retail Apple Store for proper diagnosis and repair.