Why iPad Pro suddenly not charging and how to fix it

Recently, my iPad Pro suddenly stopped charging and I had to figure out how to fix it. If you’re experiencing the same issue, keep reading to learn some possible solutions.

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Inspect Your Charging Accessories

Before assuming that your iPad Pro is the problem, take a close look at your charging accessories. Examine the USB hardware, AC adapter, and any other adapters you may be using. Look for any signs of wear, debris, or dust that could be interfering with the charging process. If you notice any issues, clean the connectors and ports to ensure a proper connection. Additionally, check for any damage to the cable or adapter that could be causing the problem. By thoroughly inspecting your charging accessories, you may be able to identify and resolve the issue without having to seek professional help.

Updated: April 2024

If your iPad is not charging, it may be due to damaged system files, faulty settings, or malware. Fortect can help by repairing damaged system files and securing the system from malware damage, ensuring that the iPad can charge properly.

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Examine the Charging Port Condition

iPad charging port

Inspect the charging port of your iPad Pro for any signs of wear, debris, or dust. Use a flashlight to get a clear view inside the port. If there is any debris or dust, gently clean it out using a soft brush or compressed air. Check the port for any physical damage or bent pins. If you notice any damage, it may need to be repaired by a professional. Make sure to also try using a different USB cable and AC adapter to rule out any issues with the charging accessories.

If the problem persists, it may be a sign of a larger hardware issue and you should contact Apple Inc. for further assistance.

Reboot Your iPad

If your iPad Pro suddenly stops charging, a simple reboot may solve the problem. Press and hold the power button until the “slide to power off” slider appears. Slide the slider to turn off your iPad, then press and hold the power button again until the Apple logo appears. If this doesn’t work, try using a different USB cable or power adapter to see if the issue is with the hardware. If the problem persists, it may be a software issue that requires a reset or update. Contact Apple support or visit an authorized service provider for further assistance.

Reset Your iPad

If the reset doesn’t work, try using a different USB cable and power adapter to see if the issue is with the hardware. You can also try charging your iPad using a MacBook or computer to rule out any issues with the power source. If all else fails, contact Apple Inc. for further assistance.

F.A.Qs

How many years does an iPad battery last?
An iPad battery typically lasts about 2 to 3 years, depending on usage and environmental factors.

How do I know if my iPad charging port is broken?
To know if your iPad charging port is broken, check if the charging cable fits easily into the port. If it doesn’t, there may be dirt or damage obstructing the connection.

Why would the iPad stop charging?
The iPad may stop charging if the charging port becomes clogged with dust and debris, or if there is physical damage to the port.

Why is my iPad plugged in and not charging?
Your iPad may not be charging because the charging port is dirty or damaged, the power source is not providing enough power, the charging accessory is defective, damaged, or not certified by Apple, or the USB charger is not designed to charge an iPad.

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