Apple Has Launched Lightning To USB-C Cable To Charge Your iPad Pro Faster

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Mar 21, 2016

After the announcement of Apple’s 9.7 inch iPad Pro, the tech giant has also introduced a helpful accessory that will effectively reduce the amount of time it takes to charge an iPad Pro.

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Slash Your iPad Pro’s Charging Time With The Lightning To USB-C Cable From Apple

On the Apple store, the Lightning to USB-C cable has been listed to carry a price of $25 for the 1 meter version and $35 for the 2 meter version. However, before purchasing the cable, you will have to keep in mind that this accessory has been designed for the 12.9 inch iPad Pro and not the newly announced one.  Apple has not specified any official warning that using this cable will harm the 9.7 inch iPad Pro, but if it has not been clarified by the company, then it is naturally a good idea to steer clear from this purchase if you intend on purchasing the 9.7 inch slate.

Thanks to the announcement of the latest iPad Pro, Apple’s previous generation flagship slate, iPad Air 2 has received a handsome price cut. The base model now carries a price of $399 for the 16GB model and $499 for the 64GB model. If you are interested in purchasing the cellular models too, then pricing details have been listed below:

  • 16GB Wi-Fi + cellular model: $529.00
  • 64GB Wi-Fi + cellular model: $629.00
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Now, if you want even more powerful models, then we recommend that you save up a little more and purchase an iPad Pro, whose pricing details have been given below:

9.7 inch iPad Pro

  • The 32GB model: $599
  • The 128GB model: $749
  • The 256GB model: $899

12.9 inch iPad Pro

  • The 32GB model: $799
  • The 128GB model: $949
  • The 256GB model: $1099

There are other accessories that you can purchase as well, but they will set you back by quite a bit. Would you purchase a Lightning to USB-C cable in order to speed charge your iPad Pro? Let us know your thoughts right away.