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iPad Pro Battery Health Indicator on iPad Pro ?

augustya

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My iPad Pro 11" Battery does not show Battery Health !! Can anyone please let me know how to check battery health on an iPad Pro 11" ?
 

*~Kim~*

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Checked my Mini the other day via iMazing. It’s downloadable onto a Windows machine as well as a Mac.
 
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Shirasaki

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iPad has such a large battery, battery health is deemed “unnecessary” by Apple, which decides to not include similar setting on iPhone counterpart.
For such info, some third party iOS apps can give a bit. On Mac, Coconut battery is pretty much the best you can find.
 
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augustya

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And how reliable is coconut battery ? With the statistics ?? And diagonosis ?
 
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ledzepfan1981

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Yes, what is the best way to check battery health on the iPad Pro please using either the Settings app or a third party iOS app? I think the battery is going on my 1st gen iPad Pro.
 
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Shirasaki

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is iMazing not a potential threat of damage to the device ?
What threat are you Afraid of?
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And how reliable is coconut battery ? With the statistics ?? And diagonosis ?
It is quite reliable I’d say. And yes, it has statistics, but I don’t think it has specific diagnosis feature.
 
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akash.nu

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And how reliable is coconut battery ? With the statistics ?? And diagonosis ?

No battery capacity measurement app can ever be 100% correct. It’s all an estimation based on voltage and depletion rate. After all general battery technology and charge depletion is a chemical reaction process and a software can’t really measure it accurately like that.
 
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augustya

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No battery capacity measurement app can ever be 100% correct. It’s all an estimation based on voltage and depletion rate. After all general battery technology and charge depletion is a chemical reaction process and a software can’t really measure it accurately like that.

You have to understand the gist of the thing, what I meant is how close accurate can it get ??
 
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You have to understand the gist of the thing, what I meant is how close accurate can it get ??

I have always found it to be quite accurate, generally within a few percentage points of what my iPhones say they are at, so I would imagine iPad would be about the same. Give it a chance...

:apple:
 
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augustya

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I have always found it to be quite accurate, generally within a few percentage points of what my iPhones say they are at, so I would imagine iPad would be about the same. Give it a chance...

:apple:

Sure ! is iMazing a better option aswell ?
[doublepost=1564040067][/doublepost]why is nobody pointing out Coconut Battery is not available as an APP in the iOS !!
 
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SRLMJ23

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Sure ! is iMazing a better option aswell ?
[doublepost=1564040067][/doublepost]why is nobody pointing out Coconut Battery is not available as an APP in the iOS !!

Do you own a Mac? If so, Coconut Battery is your best bet I would say...it is all I use and I trust it. It is not an iOS app, you have to download it to your Mac and then either plug in your iPad, or use wireless sync.

I have never used iMazing, so I cannot comment on it.

:apple:
 
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augustya

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Do you own a Mac? If so, Coconut Battery is your best bet I would say...it is all I use and I trust it. It is not an iOS app, you have to download it to your Mac and then either plug in your iPad, or use wireless sync.
:apple:

Oh ! Gotcha !!
 
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