Compared to the iPhone, Apple cannot easily monitor the battery health of the iPad. The iPhone's Settings app has a battery health feature that tells you how your battery is doing as it ages; the iPad's Settings app doesn't have this feature.
Conversely, if you want to check your iPad's battery health, you'll need to install a third-party app and use it to monitor the battery. The iPad's battery monitoring app requires you to connect your iPad to your computer. Some Mac users prefer coconut batteries, although iMazing works just as well and works on both Mac and Windows.
Here's how to check your iPad's battery health with iMazing.
1. Download and install iMazing on your computer. There is a free trial version, but you can purchase a premium version that offers additional features.
2. After the installation is complete, iMazing should start running automatically. If necessary, click Continue Trial to start using the app.
3. Connect the iPad to the computer using a USB lightning cable. The first time you do this, you'll need to tap Trust on the iPad to allow the iPad and computer to share information.
4. Make sure your iPad is selected in the devices pane on the left, then click the battery icon in the lower right corner.
5. In the pop-up window, you will see detailed information about your iPad's battery health, including the maximum charge you can reach compared to when your iPad was new.
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If your iPad battery is in poor health, or you just find that your iPad battery is draining quickly, there are a number of things you can do to try and save your dying iPad battery
1. Restart your iPad. If you've noticed that your iPad has recently started draining unusually quickly and you feel like it's getting very hot, a software glitch may be causing your iPad to drain too much power from the battery. The fix is simple: force restart the iPad. Turn it off, wait a few minutes for the battery to cool, then turn it on again.
2. Avoid power-hungry apps. Launch the Settings app and tap Battery. Scroll down to the list of apps and you can see which apps are draining your iPad's battery the most.
3. Decrease the screen brightness. Bright screens can quickly degrade the display. Swipe down from the top right of the screen to view the control panel, then drag the brightness slider down.
4. Disable Location Services. Location services that let apps know where you are may not be as necessary on your iPad as they are on the iPhone. To save precious battery power, you can disable all location services with just one swipe: launch the Settings app and tap Privacy. Tap Location Services, then disable the feature by swiping the button to the left.
5. Disable WiFi or turn on airplane mode. If there are times when you don't need Internet access (such as when playing games or reading e-books), you can save battery life by disabling wireless services. The easiest way: Swipe down from the top right of the screen to view the control panel, then tap Airplane mode.