I have purchased iPad 2 from delhi but i am a civilian of Jharkhand. The iPad was working fine but unfortunately, my charger was damaged and now I am unable to charge it.I tried to search the official iPad 2 charger in my city but it is not available in my city.so What should I do? Which charger other than Apple's official charger would be able to charge my iPad..
If you remember the original iPhone came with a mini brick, same style as iPad charger. Will this charger charge the iPad. Also, as long as the iPad says it charging, it is charging, but how do you know if it is go at a full charge speed.
I have a 32 GB Ipod Touch and, 64 GB IPad. Both of the chargers look the same to me, and now I can't seem to tell the difference between the two of them. I usually charge my ipod via computer and my iPad via wall charger. I know that one gives of more power than the other. How can I tell the difference between the two chargers?
Are there any reputable after market chargers for the iPad? Want a wall and car charger. Don't want cheap import crap. My iPod charger doesn't charge my iPad. I have the little white cube wall charger for my iPod touch. I haven't tried my car charger, don't want to fry my iPad.
As everyone is stating the new iPad is taking a fair amount of time to charge but I want to know if there is a difference between using the iPhone wall plug or the larger iPad wall plug? For my iPad 1 I have always used the smaller iPhone plug and never noticed a problem but obviously this may have been due to not such a large battery?
I asked a similar question the other day but I'm still searching for the right product..i'd like to get something which will charge my...iPod Classic/Touch iPhone 4 iPad 64GB + 3G I would like to get something which will charge in the car all three devices and also something which will charge when I don't have an electrical outlet or usb port handy... I've seen various battery packs which state they charge the devices from the battery pack itself but I'm wondering what has worked for others and if there is something anyone can recommend to me...So far I've been looking at the Griffin line of PowerJolt products... I'd like something universal also so I won't need to switch cables for each device.
Currently, I have a USB charge cord for a 1st gen iPod touch, 2nd gen iPod nano, and 1st gen iPad. I have a wall charger that i purchased to use with my touch and nano, and a wall charger that came with the iPad.
Are all these cords and chargers interchangeable? If not, what is the problem? Does the iPad wall charger have too much power output that will fry the touch and nano? Will the wall charger for the touch and nano provide enough power to charge the iPad without hurting the battery?
I'd assumed the chargers supplied with iPad 2 was identical to the original iPad. Can anyone confirm this? I sent my new charger down to my friend with my original iPad as they were neatly wrapped up, and my old charger was plugged in & too lazy to unplug. Charging does seem slower, but not sure if it's iPad difference or charger difference.
Are generic wall chargers such as Rocket Fish and or Belkin OK to use with ipones and ipads. They advertise more power than the Apple products. Need to get 2 extra chargers for 2 work places, not sure if these will eventually harm the battery after a period of time.
Just came home today and the iPad won't charge! I've tried 3 different chargers and USB. I live about an hour away from the nearest Apple store by train, and as you can imagine I'd rather not go all that way, especially if they don't have replacement stock.
Does anyone know if it's okay to use the extension cord that comes with MacBook pros on the iPad? If you're not familiar with what im talking about, if you look at the charger the plug pulls out. You can replace that with a longer cord. On the MBP it came with an extension. I'd like to use that with the iPad if it's not a problem.
Information: Macbook Pro (Core Duo) Mac OS X (10.4.10)
I have an iPhone 3g and just purchased an iPad, when travelling. I would prefer to carry only one charger to charge both units. My question is it better to charge the iPhone from the iPad charger, or, charge the iPad from the iPhone charger with out doing damage to either unit?
I just hooked up my ipad to my PC yesterday and it synced all my music...but when it is syncing photos...it takes ages and when it finally finishes it says..." Kimberleys Ipad cannot be siynced.....an error occurred while reading from the device". ???
Plus...when I hook the charger into the USB port...it says "Not Charging" in the top right hand corner of the screen....Has anyone had the same problem? My operating system is up to date...so Im a little stuck...
Has anyone tried any of the solar chargers for their ipad yet?I will be working in a location without power for a month, and hope to use my ipad during those slow evenings around the campfire to catch up on some journal reading. I know that Quickertech makes a 10 watt charger product for $250:http://www.quickertek.com/products/ipad_charge_monitor_usb.php. I just don't know how durable it is.
Brunton makes a similar product that looks more durable and does 12 watts. It sells at amazon for considerably less, $180: http://www.amazon.com/Brunton-Solaris-12-Solar-charger/dp/B0019OOTNK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1275014077&sr=8-1.I would be interested to know if anyone has tried either of these, or other products.
I have a iPad2 that stopped charging after about 6 months. After numerous tricks I tried I went and brought another charger (10w Apple not a copy) and the iPad charged again perfectly. This lasted for about 2 months and now it has stopped charging again.
Just bought an iPad. I've had an iPhone for a while now. My question revolves around the chargers. I'm traveling right now and have kept chargers for each separate. I know the iPad charger is 10v. Is the iPhone the same? Can I use them interchangeably on both devices?
I have talked to apple and they have told me that I can send my iPad back to them for a refund. When I send it back do I just send back the iPad in a small box or does it have to be returned with the original packaging and chargers?
I am looking for a side bag that is rugged and manly looking. I am a 41 year old 300 lb man, not a trendy college kid. Looking for a bag that will hold iPad with hard candy bubble case, canon vixia camcorder, digital camera, cords, chargers, keys, knife, etc. Would be great if it had padding to protect the cameras. Not interested in leather, backpacks, fanny packs, laptop bags. This would be a carry all bag, not something i would take to the mall. More of a bag to keep my stuff in. May use it for amusement parks, day walks, etc. Any help out here? Post links or pictures if you gave them.
I'm looking for a charger for my iPad to use when I'm in the car. Something I can plug in and use without having to monitor for battery drain. Can anyone recommend one? I do have the Apple 10W USB Power Adapter which is fine for inside the home but I want something for when I'm traveling and will either plug-in to the Car's Power Outlet or maybe even one of the chargeable battery packs I've seen around (where you can echarge or run iPad directly off a precharged battery pack). Either one would work... Can someone ecommend?