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Top 5 third-party USB-C Power Delivery chargers for your new iPad Pro from $15

[2018-11-09 02:41:08]

It’s 2018, and Apple has finally joined the USB-C train. The latest iPad Pro (our review) started to hit store shelves and customer hands yesterday, and I picked my iPad up today. Apple does include an 18W USB-C fast charger in the box, thankfully. Now you now have a large range of options thanks to Apple moving to a new standard. For most people, 18W is plenty for charging. If you have the larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro and are using power-intensive applications, you might want some extra juice. These are our top 5 USB-C fast chargers for iPad Pro. The post Top 5 third-party USB-C Power Delivery chargers for your new iPad Pro from $15 appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Top 5 third-party USB-C Power Delivery chargers for your new iPad Pro from $15


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