How To Charge Ipad
The iPad has becomes pretty popular these days and many end users have started to rely on its capabilities on a daily basis and for a wide variety of tasks. That means we all need to know how to efficiently charge the iPad in any given situation. Otherwise its high level of portability won’t be working in our advantage anymore.
The iPad uses a battery similar to that of the iPhone and is able to provide end users with up to 10 hours of intense use (the iPad 2). That’s a generous limitation, but it’s achievable only when your iPad’s battery is fully charged. The first choice you have available to quickly charge your iPad is to use the 10W USB to AC power adapter that’s included by Apple in the box. To get things going you only need to connect the 30-pin Dock cable to your iPad, the USB connector to the adaptor and the adapter to a wall socket.
If you are always on the go, you can charge your iPad inside your car. If the car model you own includes a USB or AC port, you will have to follow the same steps like in the above case, when for the charging is used a wall socket. If you only have at your disposal a standard car port, you will need a car adapter. You can buy any car adapter as long as on the box its compatibility with iPads is specifically stated. Another option for those that are always on the road is a battery pack. These battery packs can be considered an investment as far as pricing goes, but depending on their size they can even provide a full iPad charge. You will only need to plug the battery pack in the iPad’s 30-pin Dock connector and let it transfer its juice to the low-battery iPad in question.
The iPad can also be charged in a standard USB port. To optimize the charge you need to connect it to a computer or laptop that comes with independently powered ports rather than ports that share the power. For example MacBook Airs and the new MacBook Pros come with high power USB ports that can power external DVD drives, so that type of port is the best you can use for recharging your iPad.
What’s also important to keep in mind is to check the battery’s level before leaving your home and choose the charging method in advance so that you can take with you the necessary accessories and cables. To keep the iPad’s battery in great shape you should also cycle it monthly.
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