The iPad Pro has been plagued by battery issues for a while now.
Apple’s iOS 10.4.2 update for the iPad Pro took a hit, with reports of slow performance, overheating and battery drain, though there’s no denying the problem persists.
This past weekend, a number of users reported a battery drain on their iPads, with one user even saying that the iPad 4 battery was nearly empty.
But that’s not all.
A number of people also reported overheating issues, with users reporting that their iPads were noticeably slow to boot up after getting a notification that they were running out of battery power.
Apple is aware of the problem and is investigating.
The company says the issue affects “only a small percentage of the iPads” that have been affected, and Apple is working to address the issue as quickly as possible.
However, it’s also possible that the problem is caused by Apple’s own software, which could affect the performance of a particular iPad.
The issue could also be caused by a software update, or it could be an anomaly in the way that iOS detects battery life and responds to user requests to increase battery life.
For some users, the issue isn’t as dire as it first appears.
Users have been reporting battery issues on their iPad Pro for a number years, but it seems like it’s only recently that iOS has become a problem for some.
Apple released iOS 10, which addressed many of the issues, and now that iOS 10 has been released, some users are reporting that it has caused problems on their devices.
Apple has been quick to fix iOS 10’s battery woes on iPad Pro, releasing a new update on Friday that fixes some of the battery issues that were reported last week.
It’s unclear whether iOS 10 will be fixed on iPad 4 models as well.
While some users have reported that they’re still experiencing battery drain issues on iPads, it appears that the issue is limited to those running the latest iOS version.
If you’re running iOS 10 beta 10 or later, you might still be experiencing battery issues.
For the most part, these issues appear to be related to the iOS 10 software that is currently being used to power the iPad.
It appears that Apple is aware that iOS battery issues are a problem and that they are working to fix them as quickly possible.
Users who are reporting issues should visit Apple Support and let them know that they should update to the latest version of iOS.