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this is all related to the new upgrade of IOS7, the charger and cable are still good but Apple is trying to stick us into their products... you can still charge your device by rebooting it while charging :)


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The iPad, having a bigger battery, is designed to pull up to 2.1 Amps at 5V. Most chargers are designed to be 5V at a max of 500mA. That 500mA is divided into both charging the iPad and running it at the same time. If you have the iPad on and doing stuff, most of the power being supplied is going to running, which will make charging take forever. When ...


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The recommended power for an iPad charger is 12W. The power of the iPhone charger is 5W. So you should get the iPad charger to charge your iPad.


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Sorry but it does not work you should delete the app quickly and report it to Apple to get your money back.


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Assuming you mean usb charging cable. there could be a couple of things. The new cable you got is not supported by apple. The lightning chargers contain a specialized chip, if the vendor is not apple authorized, it probably wont let it charge. The new cable , doesn't provide proper charge. It may be faulty/provide lesser power than required to charge the ...


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Check the inside of the phone's charger port with a flashlight. Lint can block all the pins from making a connection which will cause the phone not to charge. Same goes for any open connections like the DC "cigarette lighter" port. Try cleaning the hole(s) out I guess is what I'm saying


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Not an Apple-approved answer, but to solve your root cause (to train battery regularly when your MBP is always at your desk), consider surge protectors with scheduled on/off (example, about $40 in Russia). You can program it to turn off in the beginning of night, and to turn on about 4am so that battery is charged back by the time you show up at your desk. ...


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My MBA Mid 2012 does that sometimes to. It is the MagSafe plug, just snap it in few times (wiggle). The pins might have gotten dirty. Apple Warranty is International for portable Apple products. If the product is portable, meaning that it can operate independently without a power cord, you may obtain warranty service worldwide. However, service will be ...


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Go into System Preferences > Sharing and turn off Internet Sharing and File Sharing. You can run pmset -g assertions again in terminal and you will see the 1 is gone that counts. After restarting your computer it will go to sleep while plugged in now.


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I have the same issue AND bought the dc charger from Mac store. It worked fine until I did last software update. Not it only recognizes it sporadically


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Take them into an Apple Store. No, really. Fakes are most often low quality and look/feel cheap, but until you know what a legit cable is, look/feel are arbitrary things. And some fakes can sometimes look really really good. A(n Apple) Genius can no doubt sort this out quickly. Note also that there are at least 4 different type of legit first party 30-pin ...



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