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Ipad shuts off at 100%

Hello! So, my iPad has been doing this thing when I charge it at 60% overnight and by the morning its “dead” even though it’s at 100%. It will power up for about a minute, if plugged in, and show 100%. But, if I unplug it within that one minute it will immediately shut off and “die”.I connected it to coconut battery a couple days ago and it showed what’s in the image.

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I also used a battery app that I downloaded from the App Store and it said the design capacity was at 30% but coconut says 80%. I don’t get that. But, is it time that I replace the battery or could it be something else?

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iPad Pro Shuts down when charged to 100%

SOLUTION FOR ME- once i pad is charged 100% a- enter your passcode- FIRST thing, put it onto AIRPLANE MODE, put BLUTOOTH OFF and even put off WiFi if possible and use ipad for 2-3 minutes.

Then only start using ipad with Blu-tooth, cellular or WiFi functions.

(IMO might be, as soo. As the system starts, it tries to hit blutooth or cellular functions and it might be impacting the battery function)

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I know this is over a year old, but try calling Apple and diagnose it to see if your battery is at 80% health according to them. If it is, they’ll replace your entire iPad with a brand new one for $99 plus tax out of warranty. I highly recommend if you still enjoy your current iPad model and want to keep using it without a problem.

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Mine needed rebooting a few times before it stayed on after a 100% charge and showed the plug it in graphic when I tried to turn it on. But when it stayed on the battery was fine for a few days so clearly not a battery issue. The fix is book an appointment with an Apple genius at an Apple store and say the recent update has screwed the battery firmware calibration. The appointment arrives by email suggesting back it up and make sure it’s up to date (but auto updates was on). So plugged it in for a really long update installation (so long I had to cancel my appointment) but surprise surprise problem fixed!!

Apple trying to sell more iPads again!

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pkur solution wprked for me thanks Peteralb

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I have a generation 1 IPad Pro that had the same issue. After reading most of the comments I tried something new and it works perfectly. I bought an outlet with a timer and plugged my charger into it. I charge my IPad for 2-4 hours, then the timer shuts off the charger. The time that the charger is off seems to make a difference. The issue has not happened for 2-3 months, had been happening 3-4 times per week. I bought the outlet timer on Amazon for $13.

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The battery is certainly at the end of it’s useful life. 80% is more or less the cutoff point between a normal battery and a degraded battery. On iPhones, they continue to work well down to about 70% and anything below that can go either way; working but just for less time or in some cases, start doing that “shutdown” on full charge thing.

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My son died I got his ipad that I bought him, its 6yrs old battery keeps showing 100% then it dies solution please as this is sentimental not a clue how to fix it. Help appreciated. Anna

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I don’t know how to fix this issue. I was searching the forums for my own issue with my iPads battery power. I don’t know a whole lot if I’m being honest. I do know that we both happened to be visiting this post near the same time. I lost my dad when I was 10. Not the same, but similar. No child should lose a parent; no parent should lose a child. The pain you are going through and the questions you are asking yourself are surely unbearable. Feeling okay again is going to be hard, just as anything worth going through in life is. I know that as long as you keep a home for your son in your heart, he will never be too far. He will be sure to bring joy to your life in simple reminders. You may be sad at first, but peace will come if you allow the waves to crash over your shoulders and carry you back to the safety of the sand. I hope your answers for your iPad get answered. I hope that each day is a little easier. I’m sending you the biggest hug, Anna. It will never be the same, but you will be okay <3

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What worked for me… turn on airplane mode, turn of iPad for a couple minutes, turn iPad back on, then turn off airplane mode. iPad now working again… hope it helps someone else..

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After months of having this problem. I try this and it fixed it. Thank you!!!

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I had this issue for the first time this morning.

100% charged, turns off after under a minute.

When attempting to power back on a ‘flat battery’ icon.

Plug in a power cable, boots back up, still shows 100% charged. Works fine, unplug the power cable. Off it goes.

Tuned off Bluetooth, and it’s fine.

Pity it can not bring up a message like ‘battery health low.’ Instead of just saying the battery is full, when it is almost empty at the same time.

You can fill a bucket with a hole in it as full as it will fill, it’s as full as it can get, (100% full) but if there is a hole half way up the side of the bucket the bucket’s health is 50% !

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iPad Pro Shuts down when charged to 100%

SOLUTION FOR ME- once ipad is charged 100% a- enter your passcode as usual if locked—-

FIRST thing, put it onto AIRPLANE MODE, put BLUTOOTH OFF and even put off WiFi if possible and use ipad for 2-3 minutes.

Then only start using ipad with Blu-tooth, cellular or WiFi functions.

(IMO might be, as soon as the system starts, -it tries to hit blutooth or cellular functions and this might be impacting the battery function)

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This worked omg thank you!!!

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Thank you! This happened to me with the 13.3 update just now

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Wow, this actually worked on my old iPad Air. Thank you so much!

Follow these steps. Most likely, it'll work for you if you encounter this kind of problem with your iPad.

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Made an account just to thank you for this solution, worked for me as well.

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Ok! I just did this and it worked! Thank you so much! Who are you, how did you know to do this and why can’t Apple recommend this for all of us having the issue!?

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The battery may no longer be secured to the logic board, before replacing the battery try to open the device and fasten the power connector first. If its loose light movement, or just sitting over time could cause it to power off. BTW coconut battery is usually correct, apps on iPad usually get it wrong.

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how do you open it to check that?

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I was given £100.00 POUNDS FROM CASH G'S FOR NEARLY NEW 8TH GENERATION APPLE I-PAD 8.5 INCH WAS I UNDER PAID

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Can someone let me no if I was under paid by cash Gs for my i-pad (apple)

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Might be shorting cases,First insure that only insert charger iPad on but after removing cable goes suddenly off.

There is three possibilities in that cases.

1-Battery might be extremily discharged.

2-Some short circuit makes battery drain.

3-Battery inner circuit might be damage.So,need to be replaced.

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Apple designed this to be this way. It’s called forced obsolescence. They need to be challenged by those with the time and money. People need to get this info out to others. The average person thinks the battery is actually dead and to just replace the whole unit. Apple Genius will tell you the cost of the battery is more than the unit and you should just get a new one. I say F u Ck Y oU Apple. My iPad worked great until the last update before iOS 14. This is a software issue (I know the battery is not at new capacity) and it should still work even if you only have access to 8000mAh VS the Original 10,000mAh.

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I agree. My iPad did this for a year. I had to keep it plugged in to work. Then one morning I woke up and there had been a new update. Suddenly it fixed this issue and I was able to use my iPad without the charger once again. I wish I had taken note of the update specs. Recently i had to have it restored at Best Buy due to passcode retrieval failure and it is now doing it again. It only works when plugged in. Please apple send the update/bug fix. It worked great for a year after the update until the tech plugged it in with his cord and not mine.

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Started doing this again after having it restored and the 14.4 update, just like a lot of people. It’s not a battery issue, it’s on apples end!

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Mine was working perfectly until I use an Amazon basic (supposedly certified cable). Then, after one charge, it started doing that.

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This has been an ongoing problem for me for a couple of years. If I let my iPad charge to 100%, I get the plug in symbol. If I unplug and plug back in again, it will start up but will go dead within minutes. I have tried resetting, restarting, turning the airplane mode on, turning off the Bluetooth and none of this has worked. The only work around I have found to work is to try to keep the iPad on long enough to connect to YouTube and to play a video until it gets below 100%. This can take up to an hour of time, plugging and unplugging before I get a good connection that sticks. I have contemplated getting a new battery, but am not sure if this will fix the problem and I really don’t want to have to pay $100 to try it. I am curious if anyone has had a similar problem and has replaced the battery.

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Thanks a million - this works for me too!!

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I have an iPad 6 I charged my iPad to 100% it stayed like that for three hours after a while it randomly shut off I charged it but kept on turning off I’m Tried multiple things but I don’t have the power off/power on button

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I was experiencing the exact same issue and tried the solution above which appears to have worked, at least for now.

There are some additional data points related to model / OS version etc. and my history related to this issue which may be worth mentioning;

  • Model Name: iPad mini 4
  • Capacity: 128 GB
  • Model Number: MK9N2LL/A
  • iOS version: 14.3 (18C66)

The crashes began after updating to version 14 of the OS earlier in 2020, although I can’t say how long after, (it may have been after a sub-version release). Initially the crashing was intermittent which led me to believe that it was application related but eventually it became clear that it was the OS. The symptoms didn’t include the battery issue above initially. When the battery issue began I ran a backup and restore, which didn’t solve anything. I then did a factory reset and restore which appeared to work for a couple of months. I began having the problem again a few days ago (it’s now Jan 12, 2021) which brought me to this page.

2 thoughts - 1) Why does this solution work? I mean, if it solves the problem that’s great but I’d still like to know wtf is going on in my device so I can possibly prevent a recurrence or at least protect myself from data loss or security related concerns. 2) I agree with Jake’s comment above. This is clearly a software or firmware issue, and as such, Apple needs to address it.

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Just one more thing...my iPad runs all day with constant use without recharging, so I am discounting the battery end-of-life argument as either wrong or functionally irrelevant. I am still using my (now ancient) iPhone 6 with the original battery and it works fine.

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I agree. As I mentioned above, one of apples updates to my iPad when plugged in to a wall charger overnight fixed this issue I was having for a year. I couldn’t believe it. I also can’t believe that so many people have the problem and apple won’t fix it. It is not a battery issue!

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Mine needed rebooting a few times before it stayed on after a 100% charge and showed the plug it in graphic when I tried to turn it on. But when it stayed on the battery was fine for a few days so clearly not a battery issue. The fix is book an appointment with an Apple genius at an Apple store and say the recent update has screwed the battery firmware calibration. The appointment arrives by email suggesting back it up and make sure it’s up to date (but auto updates was on). So plugged it in for a really long update installation (so long I had to cancel my appointment) but surprise surprise problem fixed!!
Apple trying to sell more iPads again!

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Not sure what you did, did you just update (OS) it? mine is up to date.

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I updated it it to IOS 16

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I had two of these refurbished iPad with same issue.

Here is what I did to fix & also avoid it from happening again.

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This is how i fixed my ‘existing, problem:

- Put off Bluetooth from ‘Settings’ ONLY and not from the quick menu.

Go to settings—->Bluetooth —> off. Repeat this process twice. ON/OFF, ON/OFF. Do this process super ‘promptly’ as soon as the ipad turns on.

IF THE IPAD SHUTS DOWN BEFORE PERFORMING ABOVE MENTIONED ACTION. ? Then, Connect the iPad to charging and then turn iPad on. Then perform the settings->BLUETOOTH action. It won’t turn off when plugged in.

This is what I did to “avoid” it from happening again:

-Best & Permanent solution for me was — before plugging iPad into charging, ALWAYS turn the Bluetooth OFF.

-Not to put iPad into charging with ipad off. iPad should be ON while it is charging.

This is the only thing that worked for me.

Hope this might work. Worth a shot.

Thanks.

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Thanks I’ll definitely try it, my only problem and difference from your case is that mu iPad shuts off even when plugged in…But I’ll give it a shot anyway, thanks!

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The problem seems to coming more due to the BLUETOOTH, than the battery.

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Well, now I'm scared. I'm awaiting my purchase from WalMart, a used I Pad. The description said battery great is at 80% and now I see that 80% is a deal killer, not to buy. Not cheap ,either.

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It’s just Apple trying to sell more iPads. I took mine to an apple shop and they said time to replace it. I wasn’t going to buy another iPad so just waited and over time the updates have fixed it. I now use it to its full without any problems and the battery is fine. Never trust Apple.

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My iPad Pro M1 2021 was self shut down when the battery charging reaches 100% if wifi turn on. If turn off Wifi/Bluetooth there is a problem when charging up to 100% although still, plugin charging cable.
What is the problem and how to solve this?

Thank you.

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The usual answer by all the usual Apple fan-boys and -girls is that it must be that the battery is at the end of its life cycle.

I am pretty certain this is not the case: When it's almost fully charged I can use my iPad for at least 6-8 hours before it indicates that it is less than 10% charged. If I let it charge to fully 100 percent, then I can now be sure that it will need at least one reboot before I can use it, but usually two.

I can see that this has been a problem for many people for several years. Apple's answers never mention this as a software problem, nor as a recognized and fixed software problem, nor do they explicitly state that it's a hardware problem.

If it's indeed a hardware problem, then you wonder why the device software can't create a diagnosis error message instead of just shutting down, or at least once it boots up again.

So I conclude that they won't fix this bug because it would extend the lifetime of many iPads for years, because most people who can afford it, are quickly ready to buy a new, fancier, iPad.

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