Apple’s 9th Generation iPad has been in the market for two years. As is the case with iPads, people keep using them for years to come. This is the reason it is not surprising many people are still using the iPad 9 and many making new purchases.
The iPad 9 comes packed with an 8,557mAh battery that can last for hours on a single charge. However, there are times when you are running low on power and do not have a charger. This is when you need a power bank that will let you charge it anywhere and anytime. Here are the best iPad 9th Generation (2021) power banks you can grab in 2024.
Anker PowerCore 347 40,000mAh Power Bank
This is a power bank with dual USB-C ports and dual USB-A ports. It can deliver up to 30W charging speed and has a battery capacity of 40,000mAh. It can be used to charge up to four devices simultaneously. Available in Black and White color options.
Anker PowerCore 525 20,000mAh Power Bank
It has a single USB-C port and a single USB-A port with up to 20W and 18W charging speed respectively. Its total battery capacity is 20,000mAh. There is a durable textured exterior and can charge two devices simultaneously.
INIU 20,000mAh Power Bank
This power bank has a single USB-C input/output port and dual USB-A output ports. It has a battery capacity of 20,000mAh and a peak charging speed of 22.5W. There is a display that shows the current charging level. Available in Black, White, and Brown colors.
Baseus 30,000mAh Power Bank
This power bank has four ports featuring dual USB-A ports, one USB-C port, and a microUSB port (only input). It has a 22.5W charging speed and a 30,000mAh battery capacity. It can charge up to three devices at the same time and has a display that shows the current charging level.
PXWAXPY 30,800mAh Power Bank
This 30,800mAh power bank features a QC 4.0 output port, PD output port, and a USB 2.1 output port. You can use these ports to charge up to three devices together. It can deliver up to 25W fast charging which should help you charge your iPad quite fast. There is an LCD screen that shows the charging level. Available in six different color options.
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