2024 iPad Pro Battery and Charging Guide: Latest Updates

What you should know


  • Apple plans to release two new iPad Pro models in 2024, including a new generation for both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
  • Expected upgrades for the 2024 iPad Pro models include Apple M3 chips, OLED screens, selfie camera in landscape orientation, and a redesigned Magic Keyboard.
  • The 11-inch iPad Pro (2024) is expected to have a battery size of 7,812 mAh and a charging speed between 20-30W, while the 12.9-inch model may have a 10,758 mAh battery and charging speed above 30W.
  • Despite the list of upgrades, there is no specific mention of battery or charging improvements, but there is hope for better charging speeds in the new models.


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So, we’ve got some juicy details on Apple’s lineup for 2024. They’re rolling out two new iPad Air models, but that’s not all. The tech giant is also planning to introduce two new iPad Pro models. Yep, we’re talking about a fresh generation for both the 11-inch and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

Now, let’s dive into the upgrades we’re expecting. The 2024 iPad Pro models are rumored to be equipped with the Apple M3 chips. And that’s not all – they’re also expected to feature OLED screens. Plus, the selfie camera’s getting a makeover with a landscape orientation. Oh, and there’s chatter about a new design for the Magic Keyboard.

But, here’s the kicker. There’s no buzz about any battery or charging upgrades. Yet, we’re holding out hope. Because, well, hope dies last, right?

So, without further ado, let’s get into the nitty-gritty of what we’ve heard and what we’re crossing our fingers for regarding the battery and charging specs for the iPad Pro (2024).

Here’s a quick summary for you:
– The iPad Pro 11″ (2024) might have a 7,812 mAh battery.
– The iPad Pro 12.9″ (2024) could boast a 10,758 mAh battery, which is a nice bump up from its predecessor.
– Charging speeds? We’re looking at between 20-30W for the smaller model and above 30W for the larger one.

Now, Apple’s pretty tight-lipped about the exact battery capacity and charging speeds of its devices. That includes its iPad tablets. So, we’re kinda in the dark until we can get our hands on these bad boys.

But, when we do, you bet we’ll be running those battery and charging tests. We’re as eager as you are to see what these devices are capable of. So, stay tuned for those results.

Let’s talk specifics for a sec. The iPad Pro 11″ (2024) is rumored to have a 7,606 mAh battery. And the charging speed? A solid 30W. Given the leaks (or lack thereof) about the size and shape of the 11-inch model, we’d be surprised if Apple decided to go bigger on the battery. But hey, they might just surprise us.

Charging-wise, we’re hoping for better speeds. Though, to be honest, we haven’t seen any leaks pointing to such an upgrade. It’s more of a hope than an expectation at this point.

Now, onto the iPad Pro 12.9″ (2024). The battery size for this one? A hefty 10,758 mAh. And the charging speed is expected to be above 30W. The larger 12.9″ models haven’t really differed from the smaller 11″ ones, except in display and battery size. And it looks like that trend might continue into 2024.

Last year’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro packed a 10,758 mAh battery. Apple might bump this up to somewhere between 11,000-12,000 mAh. But, the odds are it’ll stay the same or close to it.

As for charging, we’re really hoping for something above 30W. With the larger iPads, including the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and the rumored iPad Air Plus, sporting large batteries, faster charging is almost a must. Guess we’ll just have to wait and see if Apple agrees.

Derrick Flynn
Derrick Flynnhttps://www.phonesinsights.com
With over four years of experience in tech journalism, Derrick has honed his skills and knowledge to become a vital part of the PhonesInsights team. His intuitive reviews and insightful commentary on the latest smartphones and wearable technology consistently provide our readers with valuable information.


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