On Nov. 4, Apple’s newly released Apple iPad 10 tablet can charge up to 29W, according to charginghead.com, a website specializing in charging.
ChargingHeads.com says that the Apple iPad 10 with USB-C interface does not break the 30W charging speed whether it is bright and still or running a high-load program.
In a previously published review of the new iPad, The Verge noted that the data transfer speed of the iPad 10’s USB-C port is limited to the 480 Mbps that USB 2.0 can support, meaning that despite the USB-C port, the 10th generation iPad has the same data transfer speed as the 9th generation iPad with Lightning.
In terms of configuration, iPad 10 features a larger 10.9-inch display, an A14 bionic chip, a USB-C port, a Touch ID power button, and a horizontally placed FaceTime camera. The iPad 10 currently starts at RMB 3,599 on the official website.