M4 iPad Pro And M2 iPad Air Now Feature Apple’s Battery Health Menu

Apple’s new M4 iPad Pro and refreshed M2 iPad Air are both now available to buy after being made available for preorder last week.

The new tablets are being delivered to early preorders right now, while Apple Stores around the world also have the new tablets available for purchase. And those who do pick up one of the new models will notice that a new Battery Health menu has been opened up.

Only available to people with one of the new tablets, the Battery Health menu was first reported by iCulture and offers people additional information and controls for their iPad’s battery.

One example of the new information surfaces is the maximum battery capacity while there is also an option to limit the maximum charge to 80% as well. Such an option can help to improve the battery’s health in the long term, and the iPad will no longer charge beyond the 80% mark when the option is enabled.

However, while all of this sounds like something people might want to play with, the new option is not available on older iPads which means that you’re going to have to buy one of the new tablets in order to use it.

That could change in the future, but given the fact that only the iPhone 15 models have the same feature and it hasn’t come to older models, we don’t expect that will actually happen unfortunately.

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