How to Charge Your iPad Without a Charger

Using a Portable Battery Pack Portable battery packs allow you to charge your devices on the go and without plugging into a wall. Plug in your iPad using the USB cable. Wait for it to charge. External battery packs have different power ratings, and the charging time for devices varies accordingly.

Are you tired of fumbling with cords and chargers every time your iPad needs a boost of battery? You’re in luck! With a few simple gadgets, you can charge your iPad wirelessly. Here’s what you need:

1. An iPad with a thin case

2. A wireless charging pad

3. A Qi wireless receiver

First, remove the case from your iPad. Then, take the pin from the Qi receiver and slide it into the Lightning port of the iPad. Peel off the adhesive strip and stick it to the back of the iPad. Pop your iPad back into the thin case.

Next, place your iPad on the wireless charging pad. A blue light will come on, and you’ll hear a chirp from the iPad to indicate that it’s charging. Lift it off the pad, and the light will go off. Place it back on the pad, and the light will come back on.

That’s all there is to it! You now have the convenience of charging your iPad wirelessly. No more cords needed – just use your wireless charging pad.

If you’re interested in trying this out for yourself, the necessary gadgets can be found at the links in the description area. Say goodbye to cords and hello to wireless charging.


Is there any way to charge iPad without charger?
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What other ways can I charge my iPad?
If you have a higher-wattage USB-C power adapter—such as the one that came with your Mac laptop—you can use it with your iPad for faster charging. You can also charge your iPad by connecting it to the USB-C port on your computer.
Is it OK to charge iPad with phone charger?
You can still charge an iPad with a 5 watt/1 amp USB power adapter, but it will take longer than 5 hours to fully charge. This is really a last resort. A 12/18/20 watt charger is still safe to use with your other USB devices (iPhone, AirPods, etc.) and will not damage them.
Can I charge an iPad wirelessly?
As of the iPad Pro (2022), no iPad supports wireless charging. For easy charging in the meantime, use a Smart Connector charger or the Magic Keyboard.