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Simple Ways to Troubleshoot an iPad Charging Slow

Ways to Troubleshoot an iPad Charging Slow

Of course! There are a few things you may do to speed up the charging process if your iPad appears to be charging slowly. Now let’s look at some workable solutions:

1.Use the Correct Charging Block: Make sure the power adaptor you’re using is 12W or above.

Unlike the tiny 5W cube that was included with prior iPhone models, this is the larger charging cube.
Think about attempting a different outlet if you’re currently utilizing a big charging block.

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2.Try a Different Charging wire: Change the wire that is currently connected to your iPad.


A malfunctioning cable with frayed wires or weak connectors may occasionally prevent power from reaching your device.
If you don’t already have an extra cable, think about getting a new one from the Apple store or an

3.Don’t Use the iPad While It’s Charging:

It is advisable to ignore your iPad when it is plugged in. It may appear as though you are charging slowly if you use apps or browse the internet. In actuality, the power required to run apps balances the power saved when charging.

4.Switch on Airplane Mode: – To possibly expedite charging, switch on Airplane Mode.

    Airplane Mode prevents app alerts and other battery-draining activities by disabling services like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

    Remember that while in this mode, you won’t be able to accept calls or messages.

    5.Pause All Downloads: – Complete or put an end to any active downloads.

    It’s possible that apps are downloading without your knowledge if you have allowed automatic updates.

    Swiping left to see your App Library will allow you to verify. Apps that are updating right now will show a download meter. Apps can be tapped to stop downloading or to wait for it to finish.

    6.Lower the iPad’s Screen Brightness: – A bright screen can quickly deplete the battery.

      Toggle the brightness meter to the lowest position in the Control Center app on your iPad.

      7.Force-Close Background programs: – Close background programs that you’re not currently utilizing.

        If Background App Refresh is enabled, it could consume power during charging. Swipe up from the bottom of your screen (or double-press the Home button) to view open apps and swipe up to close them.

        8.Turn Off Background App Refresh: Go to the settings on your iPad and turn off Background App Refresh.

          Information is automatically refreshed in the background using this feature, even when the device is not in use1.

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