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  • Which iPad Models Have A USB-C Port? Here’s The Complete List

    By

    Shikhar Mehrotra

    Updated

    Apple has been replacing Lightning with USB-C on its iPads since 2018, but which models have the modern port and what can you do with it?

    Apple has been gradually switching from Lightning to USB-C for iPads, but which models feature the new port? While every iPad supports fast charging and data transfers, those with a USB-C port can do it faster. This also eliminates the need to carry multiple data cables and adapters. USB-C on iPads can do more than just that though, and have the ability to connect a variety of devices to make the iPad one step closer to becoming a standalone computing device.

    The 2018 iPad Pro was the first iPad to feature a USB-C port. It was available on both the 11-inch (first-gen) and the 12.9-inch (third-gen) models launched that year. Since then, all following iPad Pro models, including the M1 iPad Pro released in 2021, and the M2 iPad Pro announced in 2022, have used a USB-C port. The first iPad Air to get a Type-C port was the fourth-gen model launched in 2020. The iPad Air (fifth-gen) also followed in 2022. The smallest iPad out there, the iPad mini (sixth-gen), adopted Type-C in 2021. Apple finally brought the Type-C port to the standard iPad (10th-gen) in 2022, making it the first model in the lineup to use the interface. With that, the transition from Lightning to USB-C is officially complete on the iPad lineup, and all future models will use the modern port.

    Related: How To Connect An Apple Pencil 2 To Your iPad

    What Can You Do With USB-C On iPad?

    Image: Apple

    There are several advantages of USB-C over Lightning on iPads. Starting with the basics, USB-C can charge iPads at the highest supported speeds. However, Apple does not include the higher-wattage charger in the box, so users will either need to buy one separately or use a charger provided with a Mac. An iPad with USB-C can be connected to a Mac or PC using either a USB-C to USB-C cable (provided in the box) or a USB-C to USB-A cable (purchased separately).

    Another game-changing feature that USB-C ports unlock is the ability to connect to external displays and monitors. As per Apple, the iPad Air (fourth-gen) and the iPad mini (sixth-gen) support external displays with up to 4K resolution. The iPad Pro 11-inch (first and second-gen) and the iPad Pro 12.9-inch (third and fourth-gen) can connect to up to 5K displays. Finally, the latest iPad Pros and the iPad Air (fifth-generation) support 6K displays with Pro Display XDR. In addition, iPads with USB-C ports can also connect to devices like televisions, speakers, storage hubs, keyboards, and Ethernet, provided a user has access to the right cable.

    Apple sells a variety of adapters on its website to enable these connections, including a USB-C to HDMI, USB-C Digital AV Multiport, USB-C to 3.5mm, and USB-C to SD card adapters. Unfortunately, iPads with USB-C don’t feature a headphone jack, which means users will either need to use a 3.5mm adapter or connect to wireless earphones like AirPods. iPads with USB-C can also charge a range of devices, including iPhones, other iPads, Apple Watches, and some third-party USB devices.

    Which iPads Support Thunderbolt?

    Thunderbolt is a powerful connection technology that offers faster data transfer speeds than conventional USB, and the ability to connect external displays and charge other devices. Thunderbolt uses the USB-C interface, which means that while it looks and functions like a USB-C port, it has additional capabilities. Only the iPad Pro 11-inch (third-gen) and iPad Pro 12.9-inch (fifth-gen) support the Thunderbolt standard. In addition, they are also compatible with USB 4 accessories.

    Apple’s Thunderbolt 3 cable has a lightning bolt symbol to distinguish it from regular USB-C cables. It’s priced at $39, and supports data transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps, DisplayPort video output, and up to 100W fast charging on compatible devices. Alternatively, users can pick up a third-party Thunderbolt cable from brands like Belkin and Anker. iPad Pro users can use this cable to connect to high-resolution external displays.

    Does Apple Include A USB-C Charger With iPads?

    Unlike iPhones, Apple includes a charger in the box with its iPads. Users will get a 20W USB-C adapter in the box along with a USB-C to USB-C cable. iPhone users can use the same power adapter to charge their smartphone by just plugging in their Lightning to USB-C cable. It’s worth noting that since Apple includes a USB-C power adapter with iPads, cables with a USB port won’t be compatible with it.

    Apple hasn’t officially mentioned how fast iPads can charge, but it does confirm that users can plug in a higher-capacity power adapter, such as the charger that comes with Mac laptops, to fast charge their iPad. Predictably, Apple doesn’t include a fast charger in the box, but given that iPads don’t tend to be daily drivers like an iPhone, that shouldn’t be a problem for most users.

    Source: Apple

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    About The Author

    Fascinated by companies like Apple and Samsung, Shikhar has covered consumer tech for three years. His favorite topics include how-to explainers, guides, and features with a helpful point of view that makes tech easier for others. In the past, he has worked for several technology publications, including Android Fist, TelecomDrive, and is currently associated with Republic World and SlashGear. Other than writing, Shikhar has a knack for social media management. In his free time, he watches the American sitcom Friends or creates videos for his YouTube channel. Shikhar attended Amity University in India for a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication, where he was awarded a gold medal for academic excellence.

    Charge and connect to a device using the USB-C port on iPad

    Use the universal USB-C port on iPad to charge, connect accessories such as external drives, cameras and displays, and power other devices.

    What you need

    You need a USB-C iPad model:

    • iPad Pro 11-inch (1st generation) or newer
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation) or newer
    • iPad Air (4th generation or newer)
    • iPad mini (6th generation)
    • iPad charger

    • Computer connection

    • Display connection

    • Audio playback 9000 3

    • Connect to other devices

    • Charge other devices

    Charge iPad

    To To charge your iPad, connect the included USB-C cable to the device’s USB-C port and the included power adapter. Then plug the adapter into an electrical outlet.

    If you have a larger USB-C power adapter (such as the one that came with your Mac laptop), you can use it to charge your iPad faster. You can also charge your iPad by connecting it to your computer’s USB-C port.

    Connect iPad to Mac or other computer

    iPad can be connected to a Mac or Windows computer to charge the device or sync content using iTunes or Finder*.

    First determine the port assignments on your computer. If you have a newer computer with a USB-C port, use the USB-C cable that came with your iPad.

    If your computer only has USB-A ports, you can connect your iPad using a USB-A/USB-C cable. For example, a mophie USB-A to USB-C cable, or one of the many certified USB accessories available in your country or region, will work. The appropriate cable connectors are as follows:

    Connecting to Displays and Monitors

    The USB-C port connects iPad to external displays so you can watch videos, Keynote presentations, and more on the big screen. Depending the display you are connecting to may require an adapter.

    When an external display is connected, it displays the same as the iPad’s built-in display, except when using a dual-screen application (such as a video application).

    USB-C displays

    iPad uses DisplayPort to support connection to USB-C displays 1 with the following resolutions:

    • Up to 4K for iPad Air (4th generation) and iPad mini (6th generation)
    • Up to 5K for 11-inch iPad Pro (1st and 2nd generation) and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd and 4th generation)
    • Up to 6K for iPad Pro 11″ (3rd generation), iPad Pro 12.9″ (5th generation) and iPad Air (5th generation) with Pro Display XDR

    iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation) and iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation) also support Thunderbolt displays.

    To connect iPad to high-resolution displays, use a USB-C cable that supports high-speed connections, such as the cable that came with the display, the Belkin Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C to USB-C) cable, or the Apple Thunderbolt 3 (USB -C) (sold separately). 2

    iPad also supports USB-C High Dynamic Range displays that use the HDR10 standard. To switch between SDR and HDR modes, go to Settings > Display & Brightness and select the connected display. iPad maintains the frame rate and dynamic range of currently playing content when Allow Display Mode Change is enabled.

    Some USB-C displays also support charging a connected iPad.

    1. iPad Pro 11″ (1st and 2nd generation), iPad Pro 12.9″ (3rd and 4th generation) and iPad Air (5th generation) support LG UltraFine 5K 2019 Display 4K resolution including video, audio, data and charging. These iPad models do not support Thunderbolt displays such as the 2016 LG UltraFine 5K Display

    2. The Apple Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) cable has a Thunderbolt symbol to distinguish it from a USB-C cable.

    HDMI 9 monitors or TVs0073

    Uses a USB-C to HDMI adapter to connect iPad to an HDMI monitor or TV. Adapters that support HDMI 2.0 can provide video from iPad Pro and iPad Air (5th generation) at 4K resolution at 60Hz, and for iPad Air (4th generation) and iPad mini (6th generation) with 4K resolution and 30Hz.

    The Apple USB-C Multiport Digital AV Adapter is also compatible with iPad. This adapter can provide video from iPad Pro and iPad Air (5th generation) up to 4K resolution at 60Hz*, and for iPad Air (4th generation) and iPad mini (6th generation) up to 4K and 30Hz.

    HDMI can stream Dolby Digital Plus audio from iPad. Dolby Atmos audio streaming is not supported. Playback of HDR10 and Dolby Vision content on iPad via HDMI will be possible when HDMI 2.0 adapters supporting these formats become available.

    * When used with the Apple USB-C Multiport Digital AV Adapter, the Home screen and apps are displayed on HDMI displays in 1080p at 60Hz. The playback uses the resolution of the corresponding content – up to 4K at 60 Hz. Turn on Content Negotiation in Settings > Displays on iPad.

    Audio playback

    You can use the built-in speakers, AirPods or other Bluetooth devices, and AirPlay to play audio on iPad. You can also use the USB-C port to connect USB-C docks, displays, audio interfaces, or wired headphones with a USB-C connector.

    To play USB-C audio through other speakers or headphones, use the Apple USB-C to 3.5mm Headphone Adapter (sold separately).

    Connect to other devices

    USB-C port allows you to connect various devices to your iPad.* For example, you can connect a digital camera or an Apple USB-C SD card reader adapter to import photos. Other USB devices can also be connected to the iPad, including:

    • external drives;
    • hubs and docking stations;
    • keyboards;
    • audio interfaces and MIDI devices;
    • USB/Ethernet adapters.

    Using the adapter

    Depending on the type of device, you may need an adapter to connect. The most common connection options are listed below.

    • If the device you are connecting has a USB-C port, you only need a cable with USB-C connectors on both ends, such as the one that came with your iPad.
    • If your device has a USB-C connector, you can connect it directly to the USB-C port on your iPad Pro.
    • If your device has a USB-A connector, you can connect it to the Apple USB-C to USB adapter and then connect the adapter to the iPad’s USB-C port.

    Thunderbolt and USB4

    iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation) and iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation) also support a rich ecosystem of high-performance Thunderbolt and USB4 accessories. Some accessories connected to iPad may consume more power, resulting in shorter battery life. To conserve battery power, remember to disconnect these accessories from your iPad Pro when not in use. For more information, see the specifications of the accessories provided by their manufacturers.

    Using iPad to charge other devices

    Don’t have access to an electrical outlet, but need to charge an iPhone, another iPad, Apple Watch, or third-party USB device? Simply connect it to your iPad with the appropriate cable or adapter. Its large capacity battery is enough to charge other devices.

    • To charge an iPhone or earlier iPad with a Lightning port, connect the device to iPad using the Apple USB-C to Lightning cable (1 m). If you have a Lightning to USB cable, you can connect it to the Apple USB-C to USB Adapter and then connect the adapter to your iPad.
    • If you have two iPad models with USB-C ports, you can connect them directly with a USB-C cable. One iPad will be charged from the other. To swap them and charge another iPad, unplug the USB-C cable and plug it back in.
    • To charge your Apple Watch, connect the magnetic charging cable that came with your watch to your iPad using the Apple USB-C to USB adapter. If you have a USB-C cable with magnetic fast charging, you can connect it directly to your iPad.

    * Transfer speeds vary by iPad model and whether it is connected to a computer or other device.

    Information about non-Apple products or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple is not endorsed or endorsed by Apple. Apple is not responsible for the selection, functionality, or use of third party websites or products. Apple is also not responsible for the accuracy or validity of information posted on third party websites. Contact the supplier for more information.

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    Fast charge your iPhone and iPad with your MacBook Pro charger?

    Recommendations for fast charging an iPhone or iPad often include getting an Apple 20W power adapter or a similar third party device. But what if you already have a more powerful USB-C charger from your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air? Find out which iPhones and iPads can be fast-charged with Apple MacBook chargers or similar third-party chargers.

    Update 9/30: iPhone 13 Pro Max can consume up to 27W of power, and 30W or higher power adapters will give you the fastest charge. At this point, it’s unclear if the entire iPhone 13 line will be able to max out at 27W, but as detailed below, it doesn’t hurt to use a more powerful outlet, as the iPhone is what determines the power it receives.

    If you need something with more ports than a MacBook charger, two of the best options are Satechi’s compact 66W GaN USB-C 4-port charger and Anker’s 36W dual-port USB-C charger. Tue

    Apple shipped an 18W USB-C power adapter with iPhone 11 Pro models and a 5W adapter with older iPhones. However, starting in the fall of 2020 with the launch of the iPhone 12/12 Pro, Apple stopped including the power adapter with all new iPhones.

    Quick charge provides approximately 50% battery charge in 30 minutes. But buying a new USB-C to Lightning cable and Apple’s 20W charger costs $40 if you need both. Third-party options are often cheaper, but what about what you already have?

    The good news is that modern iPhones and iPads work with all Mac laptop USB-C chargers, even the 96W model that comes with the 16-inch MacBook Pro. While it may seem risky at first, it’s safe to use any Apple USB-C chargers because the power you get depends on your iPhone or iPad, not the charger. Apple is even doing its own testing with its entire line of USB-C power adapters.

    Note: Depending on the current battery capacity, your device will consume different levels of power.