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The latest iPad Pro and Air benefit from the iPhone 15’s adaptive charging feature

The just-released iPad Pro and iPad Air have a new Battery Health menu option that includes an optimized charging option and provides more battery data. As reported MacRumorsThe new menu matches the settings introduced on the iPhone 15, which allow users to configure their device to not charge beyond 80%, which can help extend the useful life of the battery.

You can access the new menu on iPad by going to Settings > Battery > Battery Health, which will also provide data points for the number of charge cycles, the date the battery was manufactured, and the date the battery was last loaded for the first time. It was introduced in iPadOS 17.5, but is not available on older iPad models.

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MacBook users have had a similar battery health manager (now called Optimized Battery Charging) for years that keeps them from fully charging too often. It’s common for people to keep their laptops plugged into a desk, especially due to the prevalence of working from home resulting from covid. Now iPad users can also prevent their devices from charging above 80%, which is appropriate since they feel more like MacBooks than ever.

News Source : www.theverge.com
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