Curious if anybody else is having this issue. I have a launch day iPad pro 12" that I use every day. I am not a pro. It is not a laptop replacement for me. It mainly gets used as a portable TV, game device, and remote desktop for my home server (mac mini). Over the past few months the battery has really been struggling. It is now to the point where it will not maintain a charge while in use and plugged it. In the car I use a 2.4 amp charger and at home I use the 12 Watt charger that came with it. The problem is intermittent but has been getting progressively worse. I have since turned off background processes and lowered the brightness to about 70%. Still drains. I recently found an app that gives raw charging data and battery health. It is reporting health at 89% (8997 out of 10088 mAh) or original battery life. My cycles are only at 149. I have an iPad Air 1 at home with 390 charge cycles that is still at 97% health. This iPad pro is my 4th iPad and the first one that has had these issues. Granted the others used less power, but my assumption of an Apple product is that no matter what I do with it (processor wise) it should still charge on AC power, even at 100% brightness. Curious if I might have an actual battery issue or if this is to be expected. My closest Apple store is 1 hour away so I am a little hesitant to go the Genius Bar if this behavior is to be expected.