iPad is a line of tablet computers designed, developed, and marketed by Apple Inc., which run on the iPadOS and iOS mobile operating systems. On April 3, 2010, the 1st iPad was released. The iPad models iPad Air, new iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Mini, As of September 2020, Apple has sold more than 500 million iPads.
Battery Service By iPad –
One of the most important features is the battery. If the battery is not there, then other features won’t work. The battery generally has a life of a few years.
If the battery has an issue covered by the AppleCare+, Apple Limited Warranty, or consumer law, the service will be done free of cost. The warranty does not cover batteries that wear down from regular use. If the battery wears down, then out-of-warranty battery service for a fee is offered. If you have AppleCare+, it covers the iPad for no additional charge if the battery holds less than 80 percent of its original capacity. The iPad has to be tested 1st to find out the battery issue.
If the warranty is active, then go to the Apple support webpage, click start a service request link. Fix an appointment with an Apple store and take the iPad there. The repaired iPad should come in three to five business days after you give yours to Apple.
If the iPad is out of warranty, Apple will repair the battery for $99. To initiate a repair, start a service request on Apple’s site or go to an Apple Store.
Tips to increase the battery life of iPad –
- Software updates often include advanced energy-saving technologies, so always ensure that the iPad uses the latest version of iOS, watchOS, and macOS.
- Temperature above 35° C should be avoided as it damages the battery capacity.
- Don’t fully charge or discharge the battery charge it to around 50 percent. The battery falls into a deep discharge state if the iPad is stored fully discharged, which renders it incapable of holding a charge. The battery may lose some capacity if the iPad is stored fully charged, leading to shorter battery life.