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I have asked Apple. The Apple tech support gives me these recommendations : When the charging is done, unplug the iPad. Once a month, do a full cycle : full discharge then full recharge. Otherwise, plug and unplug the iPad as you like, full cycles are not needed.
OK, if for "Edward Snowden" reason you can not use any USB connection in your work place, there is a alternative solution: It is a 2 piece set that allows you to charge you phone in the car and in the office for $25 total. 1- Get a car charger to lightning like this one 2- get a car charger to wall adapter. Like this one.
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It doesn't really matter. You're already using up some capacity when you charge past 50%. For long term storage, Apple recommends that you only charge the device up to 50% and then power it off. Basically if you are concerned about the longest capacity of your battery, you wouldn't consume it at all and you'd just charge it to 50% and then put it in a box ...
To find the right charger for Macbook ,there are three kinds of power rating Macbook power adapter in the market,45 watt, 60 watt, or 85 watt. It should be noted that higher wattage chargers can be used on the lower wattage laptops, but not vice versa.For example,If you have mac laptops that have used all three wattages. you could buy the 85w ones as my ...
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