Answer to "ipad is disabled connect to itunes."Hello, if your iPad has become disabled, your only choice will be restore it to factory settings, it also means to completely erase the device. If you’ve set up Find My iPad, then the easiest way to reset your iPad is through iCloud. Just log into iCloud.com and click Find My iPhone, choose your iPad and click the Erase iPad. If you haven’t set up Find My iPad, but backed up your iPad wtih iTunes, then you can connect your iPad to the computer and restore iPad using iTunes. If you don’t have an iTunes backup or disable Find My iPad, then you can try third-party tool like FoneGeek iOS System Recovery to unlock disabled iPad. For detailed steps on how to fix disabled iPad via iCloud, iTunes and third-party tool, please refer to this guide: iPhone/iPad is disabled connect to iTunes.
Answer to "iPhone 5s Completely dead - won't charge or turn on"Hi, if hard reset doesn’’t work, you should consider putting the iPhone 5s into DFU mode: 1. Hold down the Power button and Home button at the same time. 2. Keep pressing the two buttons for several seconds, then release the Power button and keep pressing the Home button. 3. After that, the iPhone 5s will enter DFU mode, connect it to the comptuer and let iTunes to detect the device and restore it. Usually, put iPhone into DFU mode will help to fix iPhone disabled and won’t turn on problem, but it will resetting the device to factory resetings, thus delete data on the iPhone. If you don’t want to lose data, you can rely on third-party iOS System Recovery tool. To learn more info, please refer to: How to Fix My iPhone Won’t Turn On. Hope this post can help you solve the issue.