A lot of people seem to have trouble fitting in to Apple’s new iPad Pro tablet.
There are a lot of the usual problems, like the screen is slightly too small, the keyboard is a little stiff, and there’s no stylus.
But the biggest problem, and one that the company has been trying to solve for some time, is the battery life.
That’s because Apple doesn’t seem to be making the batteries as durable as they should be, and the iPad Pro’s batteries are just too weak.
According to a recent report from Digitimes, Apple’s batteries have an average life of about three weeks, but Digitime says the company’s batteries “may have a life span of about 12 weeks.”
That’s an extremely short life, considering how powerful and durable the iPad is.
Here’s how the iPad Pros battery life is measured.
A new battery, as you might expect, is made by a company called A123 Systems.
This is one of the world’s largest battery suppliers, and they do some pretty serious things.
They make batteries that have the capacity to produce the kind of energy that Apple is looking for, but they’re also pretty powerful.
In fact, the battery capacity is measured in megawatts, and A123 uses that number to measure how much energy the battery can deliver.
They also make batteries for electric vehicles and even for homes.
Apple’s battery pack is rated at 30W per kilowatt-hour, which means that it can deliver the same amount of power as a 40-watt electric car.
That doesn’t sound like much, but it’s a significant amount.
In this case, that means that a 40W Tesla battery pack can deliver enough energy to power an average home for about three months.
That means that the iPad would be capable of doing about 30 to 40 hours of battery life, with the usual range of use and standby time.
A123 says that the battery pack they’re making has a “high” capacity rating, and that it lasts for about nine to 12 months.
Digitima says that Apple’s iPads battery lasts about seven to 10 days, so the iPad’s battery should last anywhere from six to nine months.
So how do you tell if the iPads battery life actually lasts longer than three months?
Digitimas battery life numbers come from measuring the power that the batteries produce when they’re plugged in to a device.
The battery is charged and discharged, and then the device turns off its power to the batteries.
That is, when the device is powered off, it takes a very long time for the battery to fully recharge.
When the device gets powered back on again, the device has to wait for the batteries to fully charge again before it can use them again.
But, if you plug in the iPad and charge it, the iPad will give you a good idea of how much power the iPad has left.
The average battery life for an iPad is around three months, but a lot more devices can deliver better battery life than that.
The iPhone 5s, for example, has a battery life of around seven to nine weeks, according to DigitImas figures.
Apple has also made a few other changes to the iPad since its release last year.
The iPad Pro now has a screen that’s slightly taller than the iPhone 5, and it also has a thinner bezel around the edges.
That makes the iPad more attractive to those who use a smaller device.
But that also means that Apple has had to make some changes to how the tablet is packaged.
The most notable change is that the screen has been changed from a rectangle to a square, rather than the traditional rectangular display.
This means that when the iPad was originally released, the tablet’s screen looked very much like a square.
But as the iPad went on sale, Apple decided to make the iPad display more like a rectangle, so that it could fit into the iPad case, and thus look more natural to consumers.
The new iPad, like other iPad devices, now comes with an aluminum frame that’s thicker than the iPad 5, but also thinner than the other iPad models.
The tablet has also been made slightly thicker, which makes the screen even more attractive.
That thin, flat look has also given the iPad the name “Bezel,” which is just a pun on the word “bezel.”
The “Bezels” iPad also have a “slight” curve to them, which Apple says is a “natural fit” for the iPad.
And the screen’s design is also a little bit wider, so it doesn’t look like it’s just being pushed against the edges of the iPad when you open the tablet.
Apple also tweaked the screen so that the iPhone 6 Plus is now slightly narrower than the 6, and slightly taller.
That, too, is a change that Apple made because it wanted to fit into Apple’s iPhone lineup.
The 6 Plus also has been made thicker, and its bezel has also changed a