Must be my imagination but my battery seems to be dying quicker than usual. I have been Atomic Browser a lot lately and I heard that may be an issue. I has my iPad plugged into the charger all night. Woke up and unplugged had 100%. Now after about aprox 10 minutes of use it has dropped down to 97%. When i first got it it would take at least an hour before it would drop down to 99%. I'm probably worrying about nothing. If I'm being stupid just say so.
Anyone had any issues with the iPad battery losing charge quickly? For instance, my iPad lost 12% of its charge (from 100% down to 88%) over a period of 10 hours with the device turned off. I made certain that all wifi and 3G network connections were switched off when I turned the iPad off.
I read a thread here suggesting that GoodReader may be a culprit (for some reason) and have since removed that app. Still waiting for a decent time to elapse before checking battery capacity again to see if that has made any difference.
Did not have this problem when the iPad was 'new', ie a couple of weeks old.
Information: Two iMac 24in Intel Core2 duo, G5 iMac, Intel Mac Mini, variety of screens. Mac OS X (10.6)
I have an ipad1 the battery works great until it reaches with 10 percent battery left. And it comes up with a warning with 10 percent battery left and should charge. The problem is it drops quickly and it doesn't charge. I usually have to reconnect it to my CPU and when the screen comes back up plug it into the wall charger and then it is a slow process back to 100 percent. I have tried changing the cable wall charger plug.
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My iPad battery is draining more quickly than normal when being woken from sleep by opening a case that works with the cover lock/unlock feature, It does not require me to slide to unlock. This happens whether I lock it by clicking the sleep button at the top of the iPad and then close the cover (there is the audio "click" that indicates it has slept). It does not happen if I wake it by using the buttons of the iPad. I'm unable to restore the iPad.
I'm on the 3G model and I've noticed that the battery drains three percent down to 97%, WHILE ITS CHARGING! Anyone have a similar experience or an idea why the device is consuming more power than the charger is supplying?
Some tip to share here, if you encounter your iPad / iPhone 4 battery power dropped faster than usual after upgrade to 4.2.1, than you need to restore your 4.2.1 again, I encounter the issue when I upgrade my iPhone 4 to 4.2.1, the battery power dropped much more faster than usual (24hrs dropped 40%) I brought to carrier, they back up my data and restore again and the issue solved.
"Charge the battery: The best way to charge the iPad battery is to connect iPad to a power outlet using the included Dock Connector to USB Cable and 10W USB power adapter. When you connect iPad to a USB 2.0 port on a Mac with the Dock Connector to USB Cable, iPad may charge slowly while syncing. Important: The iPad battery may drain instead of charge if iPad is connected to a PC, to a computer that's turned off or is in sleep or standby mode, to a USB hub, or to the USB port on a keyboard.3g 8GB