I've noticed that my AirPod battery drains when not in use and inside the case. Around 30% was lost overnight, without being used of course.
No matter what type of battery it is or what material it is made of, it will drain the charge even when not in use. Similarly, when not in use, Lithium-Ion batteries will drain. If you charge the battery when it is completely discharged, you will reduce its capacity.
The Background App Refresh allows apps to download new data even when they're not in use. So every time when you open that app on your iPad, it is up-to-date. This might be a significant drain on your iPad's battery life because apps are constantly running and downloading new data in the background.
If you turn on iCloud Backups it only backs up once a day, and only when the phone is plugged in, connected to Wi-Fi and the screen is locked. So it does not put any load on the battery; it actually backs up while the phone is charging and otherwise idle, and will have no effect on battery life.
Lithium-Ion batteries suffer in extremely cold temperatures: According to Battery University, cold temperature “increases the internal resistance and diminishes the capacity” of a Li-ion battery. Specifically, they estimate that at -18 degrees Celcius a Li-ion may only deliver 50% of its capacity.
First solution: Force close apps then restart your iPad Pro. Rogue apps are usually the main culprits. Apps that are prone to going rogue are those that are suspended or left opened in the background for long. When this happens, various symptoms can be triggered and one of these is rapid battery draining.
If you want to check out the background apps hogging your phone battery at this very moment, go to the Power settings of your smartphone and see the breakdown of how its power is being used. It is these apps that consume power, which is why your phone battery drains even when it's not being used (actively).
Yes, your AirPods will lose battery power when not in the case. Your battery drainage will occur naturally as if the AirPods are still in usage but in low power mode. This is largely based on the fact that the AirPods enter a low power while the proximity sensor remains active.
Usually, it means that your phone is detecting a cable plugged in but no power is being sent to the phone battery. Or, perhaps the phone battery is rejecting the battery charge. The reasons could range anywhere from a charger problem, to a charging port problem or even a bad phone.
iPad Battery Replacement The battery's job is to power the iPad and nothing more. If the iPads hard drive (storage was replaced then data would be lost but because you are only having a battery replaced no data will be lost.
If you don't plan to use your iPad for a long time (say, a few months), store it with about a 50% charge for best performance. Storing it at 100% isn't ideal, and storing it completely dead is even worse. The best advice is to charge it to 50%, then turn the iPad completely off and store it in a cool area.
Yes. There's always a chance. It's imperative you always maintain a current backup of your device. While a battery replacement may not in and of itself cause data loss, if anything goes wrong, it may wipe the iPhone or force the Apple technicians to restore it.
In summary, without knowing the symptoms, we will assume that your diagnostic is correct, that the battery is bad, in which case you can replace your battery or top case without losing your data. The long answer: The mother board has on it the CPU and storage (SSD).
Speaking solely of personal experience, 10% per day might be considered entirely normal. I am having the same issue. I've turned off all the background, privacy and notifications on iPad Air 4. It drains 1% per hour on any setting in standby.