I have a pro I bought in November 2016, it was kinda stupid actually since the more powerful gen 2 was released just months later but anyhow, and that iPad still has 90% battery health according to iMazing. Additionally, my iPad has been laying for several months last summer barely being used and charged about once a week only.I just checked out an iPad Pro 9.7. It was purchased new in August 2017. According to iMazing it is showing 91% battery health. Is this OK? I would imagine so, but I have no real idea.
You acquire it through a web download. It should be the top search result when you search for IMazing but you do need a Mac to use it.This IMazing app is available in the App Store? Or, is it a web download? Never heard of it and I don’t use Macs!
Edit: Well, I just got on with Apple support and they ran a remote diagnostic on my 10.5”. Now note that I bought this unit in June or July or Aug 2017. She told me that the device is in “perfect health”, including the battery health. When I asked if it the battery life was over 90%, she said her readings showed it’s currently at 98%!! I have to admit, I am a bit surprised at that number. I did expect the battery life to be fine, but 98%???
Thanks. But that Apple support did that diagnostic for me. But the number she gave me has me wondering!! See my edit to my last post above.You acquire it through a web download. It should be the top search result when you search for IMazing but you do need a Mac to use it.
See that’s the thing. My 10.5 is from 2017 and I have been using it consistently. So when Apple support told me the battery is at 98%, I was very taken aback, in a positive sense, though it removed a reason for me to “upgrade” to the 11”!!Apple chat support did a diagnostic on my iPad Pro 10.5 that’s 4 months old from manufactured date and they told me it’s at 100%. Other than coconut battery, that seems to be the only alternate.