Next comes several common solutions to the iPad flickering screen problem. Although there is no guarantee of 100% successfully, at some times these methods take effect.
I) Check If iPad Screen Flickers in A Certain App
When your iPad screen flickers suddenly while running application, try to test if it occurs with other apps. In case iPad screen just flashes in one specific app, maybe there is something wrong with this app rather than your iPad. Therefore, you are advised to force quit this app.
It is very easy to do. You just double-click the "Home" button to open the app switcher. Then find the certain app and swipe it away. After the operation, you can launch this app again to see if the screen still flickers. If it still flashes, you will uninstall it and install it again. But if the issue that your iPad screen flickering on and off still happens in other apps, you can try the following methods.
Note: If there is no Home Button with your iPad, you need to sweep up from the bottom of the screen to open the app switcher.
II) Force Reset the iPad to Fix iPad Screen Flickering Issues
"Attention Aware Features" is to let iPhone make an adjustment before dimming display. But there are times when it will cause the iPhone TrueDepth camera not to scan your face well, thereby resulting in iPhone Face ID not working. The most straightforward approach to deal with this case is turning off it. The steps are listed below.
For iPad with "Home" button: firstly, you just press and hold the "Home" and "Power" buttons. Then, don't release them until the Apple logo appears on the iPad screen.
For iPad without "Home" button: you can press the "Volume Up" button and release it quickly firstly. Next, press "Volume Down" button and release it. And then press and hold the "Sleep/Wake" button until the iPad begins restarting.
III) Turn off Auto-Brightness to Repair that iPad Screen Keeps Flickering
It is possible that you turn on Auto-Brightness, which causes the iPad screen to flicker. The feature of Auto-Brightness is that iPad can automatically adjust brightness of the screen according to the ambient light. So when the feature is enabled, the screen may flash because of the change of ambient light. In this situation, you can try closing this function to see if this problem is resolved. If you don't know how to do, you may follow the steps given below.
Step 1: First of all, you need to tap on "Settings";
Step 2: Then, scroll down and choose the "Accessibility";
Step 3: In this section, you need to click the "Display Accommodations";
Step 4: Just find out the "Auto-Brightness" options and click to disable it.
IV) Reduce Motion and Transparency to Repair iPad Screen Flickering
Many iPad users have solved the screen flickering issue successfully by reducing motion and transparency. This way is to adjust the visual functions of the iPad, which can greatly improve the performance of your iPad. You can try it following the steps.
Step 1: Head to "Settings" and tap on "General" on your iPad screen;
Step 2: Proceed by clicking "Accessibility";
Step 3: In this interface, you need to choose "Increase Contrast" and move it ahead of the "Reduce Transparency" to start using;
Step 4: And then return to the "Accessibility" option and move the slider ahead of the "Reduce Motion" to enable it.
V) Solve iPad Screen Flickering in Apple Store
If your iPad underwent some damage recently like water damage or falling to the ground heavily, you may have to fix it in the repair store, as there is a hardware problem possibly with your iPad. Everyone knows that the hardware structure of iPad is precise and complicated. Hence, you'd better not do it by yourself in order to avoid any secondary damage. You can contact Apple for technical support or let some professionals check it out in the Apple store.