If you have an iPad, it’s probably important to you to be able to keep it charged at all times. With so many on the market, it can be difficult to know which one to choose. This article will help you narrow down your choices so you get the best possible charger for your needs.
Ultimately, there are quite a few chargers that will work with your iPad. Learning about some of your choices can help make the decision easier. On the market today, some of the top iPad chargers include:
- Anker 30W Power IQ 3.0
- Anker Power Bank PowerCore + 26800 PD
- Apple 40W USB-C Power Adapter
- MacBook Pro USB C Charger
- Griffin Power Block
By reviewing the details of these five iPad chargers, you will be able to find what works best for you. Read on to find out all you need to know about these chargers.
How Do I Choose The Right iPad Charger?
When deciding which charger you want to purchase, the first thing to do is look at the difference in the chargers you have to choose from. For example, if you charge your iPad on the USB port of your computer, it’s only getting 2.5 watts of power and 5 volts. You can use an iPhone charger for your iPad in most cases. An iPhone charger has 5 volts and gives off 5 watts of power. A charger designed just for the iPad puts out 5.1 volts and 12 watts.
Chargers That Work With iPads
The Anker 30W Power IQ 3.0 works just as well with iPhones as it does with the iPad, so if you have both, it’s the ideal charger. Bonus points if you have any Samsung devices, because this will charge them too. You will find that this charger is faster than any that comes with the purchase of an iPad. It’s not as sleek looking as an Apple brand charger, but it works just as well.
For an alternative, the Anker Power Bank PowerCore + 26800 PD is perfect for taking with you on the road. No matter what model of iPad you have, this is one of the best chargers for it. It even comes with a 60W adapter, ideal for charging your iPad while you are at home. This device is so powerful that you can fully charge your iPad twice before it maxes out the charger’s capacity.
The Apple 40W USB-C Power Adapter is also a good choice. It’s quite an investment in the future of your iPad, compared to the cheaper chargers you’ll find on the market. The biggest selling point of this charger is that it was designed specifically to charge iPads.
The MacBook Pro USB C Charger is perfect for Apple laptop and iPad owners. Like with the Anker 30W, this charger is guaranteed to work faster than the charger that came with your iPad when you bought it. If you travel with your iPad and MacBook, this charger will keep them running smoothly the whole time.
The Griffin Power Block is one of the smallest, most portable chargers you can get for an iPad. You’ll also love it because it is a certified EnergyStar product. It retains power even when it isn’t being used, so you’re helping the environment while you’re keeping your iPad charged. The other selling points of this charger are its USB dock connector, which is detachable for easy transport, and its LED indicator. This lets you determine at a quick glance whether or not your iPad is fully charged.
How Can I Charge My iPad In The Car?
Many people enjoy the convenience of being able to charge their iPad in their car. With the right car charger, you won’t have to worry about your iPad receiving too little or too much voltage. Some of the best iPad car chargers are Spigen, Gembonics, BliGli, and the Anker Power Drive 2. The Spigen has a 30W output, and even supports devices that are not Apple brand. Its included smart chip means that you’ll never have to worry about your iPad getting overheated while charging it.
Gembonics was designed to be compatible with all Apple devices. This charger includes an authentication chip, and an Apple brand lightning connector. This means that it will charge your iPad in the car as quickly as you are used to being able to charge it at home. It even shuts off if your iPad starts to become dangerously hot.
If you need to charge two Apple devices in your car, the Anker Power Drive 2 is an excellent choice. Its 24W output is just enough to keep your iPad and other devices charged without having them overcharge. It charges as fast as an at home charger would, so if you are traveling and need your iPad in a hurry, this is the charger to use.
How Do You Use A Charging Block With Your iPad?
Your iPad comes with a charging block. Depending on the model, it could be a 5,10,12, or 18 watt charger. But many people choose to purchase a more powerful charging block. With an iPad Pro 2, you can upgrade to a 29,30,61, or 87 watt block for faster charging.
If you really need to charge your iPad as fast as possible, consider either turning it off or putting it in airplane mode. These will both help it charge faster. But if you must use it while it is charging, there are still ways to do it quickly. This includes stopping apps you aren’t using, making your screen light dull, and disabling your iPad’s ability to refresh apps in the background.
Why Won’t My iPad 2 Charge?
Typically, if an iPad 2 won’t charge, it’s because the USB cable or port might not be working properly. If your iPad won’t charge on a different cable or port, that is probably the issue. When all else fails, reboot the iPad and plug it into a wall adapter.
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