How to Check Your iPad's Battery Health, and How to Prevent Your iPad's Battery from Draining Fast

Xiaobai Software  2022-02-25 15: 54  read 278 views

While the iPad's battery is much larger than the iPhone's, it still won't last you a full day on a single charge.Therefore, you may want to monitor the battery condition of your iPad and apply some simple troubleshooting steps to extend its runtime.

How to Check Your iPad's Battery Health

Compared to the iPhone, you can't easily grasp the battery condition of the iPad. The iPhone's Settings app has a battery health feature that tells you how your battery is performing as it ages; the iPad's Settings app doesn't have this feature.

So, if you want to know the battery condition of your iPad, you have to install a third-party app and use it to monitor the battery. The battery monitoring app for iPad requires the iPad to be connected to a computer.Some Mac users likecoconutBattery,but iMatizing Also works on Mac and Windows.

Next, we'll show you how to check your iPad's battery health with iMazing:

1. Download and install iMating on your computer, they offer a free trial version, you can also choose a premium version if you want to get more additional features.

2. After the installation is complete, iMatizing will automatically start running.If not, click Continue Trial to start using the app.

iMazing waits for you to connect your iPad to your computer before displaying its main interface.

3. Connect the iPad to the computer using a USB lightning cable.The first time you do this, you'll need to tap Trust on the iPad to allow the iPad and computer to share information.

4. Make sure your iPad is selected in the devices pane on the left, then click the battery icon in the lower right corner.

5. In the pop-up window, you will see detailed information about the health of the iPad's battery, including the maximum charge it can reach compared to when the iPad first came out.

You can see the battery status of your iPad by clicking on the battery icon.

How to troubleshoot an aging iPad battery

If the iMatizing or coconutBattery apps report that your battery is in poor condition, or if you notice that your iPad's battery is draining quickly, there's a lot you can do to save your dying iPad's battery.

1. Restart your iPad

If you've noticed that your iPad has recently started draining power unusually quickly, and you feel like it's getting very hot, a software glitch could be causing the iPad to drain too much power from the battery.The solution is simple: force restart the iPad.Power off, wait a few minutes for the battery to cool, then power on again.

2. Avoid battery-hungry apps

Launch the "Settings" app and tap "Battery".Scroll down to the list of apps and you can see which apps are draining your iPad's battery the most.

You can see which apps are using the most battery power in Settings.

3. Decrease screen brightness

A bright screen can drain battery power quickly.Swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen to view the Control Panel, then drag the Brightness slider down.

4. Disable Location Services

Location services may not be as important on the iPad as they are on the iPhone.To save precious battery power, you can disable all location services with just one swipe: launch the Settings app, then tap Privacy.Tap Location Services, then disable the feature by swiping the button to the left.

Location services can use a lot of battery power, so you might consider turning them off.

5. Disable WiFi or turn on airplane mode

You probably don't need internet access when you play games or read e-books.So, you can save battery life by disabling wireless services.Easiest way: Swipe down from the top right corner of the screen to view the Control Panel, then tap Airplane Mode.

6. Replace the iPad battery or buy a new iPad

If your battery is so old that it no longer has usable charge, unfortunately you'll have to leave the iPad plugged into the charger for most of the day in order to get any work done.And, there's not much you can do with software.However, you can replace the battery by contacting Apple Technical Support, which will return the iPad to its original full-speed operation.If your iPad is very old, you might consider upgrading to a new one, which will not only give you longer battery life, but a fast processor, better cameras and other delightful new characteristic.



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