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Discussion in 'iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3' started by Messi1580, Jul 29, 2011.
I am new here wanna learn how to charge iPad to in car
I get not charging n
if you are just using the same charger you do for your iphone/ipod in the car i dont think it will charge because it doesnt supply enough power.
I phone charger doesn't support iPad?
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I see your question is being addressed in the other thread.
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Apple - Support - Manuals
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Unless you're using a charger that provides enough juice, you're probably getting only a trickle charge, which is probably why you're getting that message.
If you want to charge faster, you need a charger that provides more juice, like this one:
Griffin PowerJolt Car Charger for iPad, iPhone and iPod - Apple Store (U.S.)
It doesn't have to be this brand, of course, but an iPad needs 2 amps. The typical iPod charger provides half the juice required by an iPad.
Yes, the car charger does not support the iPad. It puts out too low a power to efficiently charge the iPad: all it does is a trickle charge.
Or if you are in the UK Argos do em here
Buy Kit iPad Car Charger at Argos.co.uk - Your Online Shop for iPod adaptors, chargers and cables.