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Connect iPad Pro to your Mac or other computer
You can connect iPad Pro to your Mac or PC to charge the device or sync content using iTunes.
First, identify the ports on your computer. If your computer is a more recent model that has a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) or USB-C port, connect to it with the USB-C to USB-C cable that came with iPad Pro.
If your computer has only USB-A ports, you need a USB-A to USB-C cable to connect to iPad Pro. One example is the mophie USB-A Cable with USB-C Connector; many other USB-certified brands available in your country or region might also work. The correct cable has connectors that look like this:
Charge iPad Pro
To charge iPad Pro, connect the included USB-C cable to the device's USB-C port and to the included 18W power adapter. Then plug the adapter into a wall outlet.
If you have a higher-wattage USB-C power adapter — such as the one that came with your Mac notebook — you can use it with iPad Pro, and you might see faster charging. You can also charge iPad Pro by connecting it to the USB-C port on your computer.
Connect to displays and monitors
The USB-C port on iPad Pro connects to external displays so that you can watch video, play Keynote presentations, and more on a larger screen. Depending on the display that you're connecting to, you might need an adapter.
When you connect an external display, it mirrors the iPad Pro built-in display, unless you're using an app that has a 'second screen' experience (such as a video app).
iPad Pro uses the DisplayPort protocol to support connections to USB-C displays with resolutions up to 5K.1 To connect iPad Pro to high-resolution displays, use a USB-C cable that supports high-bandwidth connections, such as the cable included with the display, the Belkin USB-C to USB-C Cable, or the Apple Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) Cable (sold separately).2
iPad Pro also supports high-dynamic-range USB-C displays that use the HDR10 standard. You can switch between SDR and HDR modes by going to Settings > Display & Brightness and selecting your connected display. iPad Pro matches the frame rate and dynamic range of currently playing content when you turn on Allow Display Mode Changes.
Some USB-C displays can also charge iPad Pro while it's connected.
1. iPad Pro supports the 2019 LG UltraFine 5K Display at 4K resolution with video, audio, data, and power. iPad Pro doesn't support Thunderbolt 3 displays such as the 2016 LG UltraFine 5K Display.
2. The Apple Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) Cable has a Thunderbolt symbol to distinguish it from a USB-C cable.
HDMI displays or TVs
You can connect iPad Pro to an HDMI display or TV with a USB-C to HDMI adapter. Adapters that support HDMI 2.0 can output video from iPad Pro at 4K resolution and 60Hz.
The Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter is also compatible with iPad Pro. This adapter can output video from iPad Pro at up to 4K resolution and 30Hz.*
iPad Pro can output Dolby Digital Plus audio streams via HDMI, but not Dolby Atmos. Also note that iPad Pro will play HDR10 or Dolby Vision content via HDMI when HDMI 2.0 adapters that support these formats become available.
* When you use the Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter with iPad Pro, its Home screen and apps appear on HDMI displays at 1080p and 60Hz. When you begin playing video content, the resolution switches to match the content, up to 4K at 30Hz. Turn on the Match Content option on iPad Pro in Settings > Displays.
To play audio on iPad Pro, you can use its built-in speakers, connect to AirPods or other Bluetooth devices, or use AirPlay. You can also use the USB-C port to connect to USB-C docks, audio interfaces, or wired headphones that have a USB-C connector.
If you need to play audio through the USB-C port to other speakers or headphones, connect using the Apple USB-C to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter (sold separately).
Connect to other devices
The USB-C port on iPad Pro allows connections to a variety of devices. For example, you can connect a digital camera or the Apple USB-C to SD Card Reader to import photos to your iPad Pro. Other USB devices you can connect to iPad Pro include these:
- Hubs and docks
- Audio interfaces and MIDI devices
- USB to Ethernet adapters
Depending on the device, you might need an adapter. Here are some common connections:
- If the device that you're connecting to has a USB-C port, all you need is a cable with USB-C connectors on each end, such as the cable that came with iPad Pro.
- If the device has a USB-C connector, you can plug it directly into the iPad Pro USB-C port.
- If the device has a USB-A connector, you can plug it into the Apple USB-C to USB adapter, then plug the adapter into the iPad Pro USB-C port.
Use iPad Pro to charge other devices
Away from a power outlet and need to charge your iPhone, other iPad, Apple Watch, or third-party USB device? Just connect the right cable or adapter to iPad Pro to share its long-lasting battery with your other devices:
- To charge your iPhone or earlier-model iPad that has a Lightning port, connect it to iPad Pro using the Apple USB-C to Lightning Cable. If you have a Lightning to USB cable, you can combine it with the Apple USB-C to USB Adapter, then connect the adapter to iPad Pro.
- If you have two iPad Pro models with USB-C ports, you can connect them directly with a USB-C cable. One iPad Pro will draw power from the other. If you want to change which iPad Pro charges, unplug the USB-C cable and then reconnect them.
- Charge your Apple Watch by connecting its Magnetic Charging Cable to iPad Pro via the Apple USB-C to USB Adapter. If you have an Apple Watch Magnetic Charger to USB-C Cable, you can connect it directly to iPad Pro.
Power adapters for Mac notebooks are available in 29W, 30W, 45W, 60W, 61W, 85W, 87W, and 96W varieties. You should use the appropriate wattage power adapter for your Mac notebook. You can use a compatible higher wattage power adapter without issue, but it won't make your computer charge faster or operate differently. If you use a power adapter that is lower in wattage than the adapter that came with your Mac, it won't provide enough power to your computer.
Mac notebooks that charge via USB-C come with an Apple USB-C Power Adapter with detachable AC plug (or 'duckhead'), and a USB-C Charge Cable.
Mac notebooks that charge via MagSafe come with an AC adapter with MagSafe connector and detachable AC plug, and an AC cable.
The images below show the style of adapter that comes with each MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air. If you're not sure which model Mac you have, use these articles:
Apple 29W or 30W USB-C Power Adapter and USB-C Charge Cable
- MacBook models introduced in 2015 or later
Apple 30W USB-C Power Adapter and USB-C Charge Cable
- MacBook Air models introduced in 2018 or later
Apple 61W USB-C Power Adapter and USB-C Charge Cable
- 13-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2016 or later
Apple 87W USB-C Power Adapter and USB-C Charge Cable
- 15-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2016 or later
Apple 96W USB-C Power Adapter and USB-C Charge Cable
- 16-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2019
Make sure you're using the correct USB-C charge cable
For the best charging experience, you should use the USB-C charge cable that comes with your Mac notebook. If you use a higher wattage USB-C cable, your Mac will still charge normally. USB-C cables rated for 29W or 30W will work with any USB-C power adapter, but won't provide enough power when connected to a power adapter that is more than 61W, such as the 96W USB-C Power Adapter.
You can verify that you're using the correct version of the Apple USB-C Charge Cable with your Mac notebook and its USB-C AC Adapter. The cable's serial number is printed on its external housing, next to the words 'Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in China.'
- If the first three characters of the serial number are C4M or FL4, the cable is for use with an Apple USB-C Power Adapter up to 61W.
- If the first three characters of the serial number are DLC, CTC, FTL, or G0J, the cable is for use with an Apple USB-C Power Adapter up to 100W.
- If the cable says 'Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in China' but has no serial number, you might be eligible for a replacement USB-C charge cable.
85W MagSafe power adapter with MagSafe 2 style connector
- 15-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2012 through 2015
60W MagSafe power adapter with MagSafe 2 style connector
- 13-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2012 through 2015
45W MagSafe power adapter with MagSafe 2 style connector
- MacBook Air models introduced in 2012 through 2017
About the MagSafe to MagSafe 2 Converter
If you have an older MagSafe adapter, you can use it with newer Mac computers that have MagSafe 2 ports using a MagSafe to MagSafe 2 Converter (shown).
MagSafe 'L' and 'T' shaped adapters
60W MagSafe power adapter with 'T' style connector
- 13-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2009
- MacBook models introduced in 2006 through mid 2009
60W MagSafe power adapter with 'L' style connector
- 13-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2010 through 2012
- MacBook models introduced in late 2009 through 2010
Apple Car Charger
85W MagSafe power adapter with 'T' style connector
Car Adapter For Mac
- 15-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2006 through 2009
- 17-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2006 through 2009
85W MagSafe power adapter with 'L' style connector
Macbook Pro Car Adaptor
- 15-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2010 through 2012
- 17-inch MacBook Pro models introduced in 2010 through 2011
45W MagSafe power adapter with 'L' style connector
- 13-inch MacBook Air models introduced in 2008 through 2011*
- 11-inch MacBook Air models introduced in 2010 through 2011
* Adapters that shipped with the MacBook Air (Original), MacBook Air (Late 2008), and MacBook Air (Mid 2009) are not recommended for use with MacBook Air (Late 2010) models. When possible, use your computer's original adapter or a newer adapter.
You can get extra or replacement adapters with AC cord and plug at the Apple Online Store, an Apple Reseller, or an Apple Store.
A replacement adapter might not be the same size, color, shape, or wattage as the original adapter that came with your computer. But it should power and charge your Mac like the adapter that originally came with your computer.
If you need help using your MagSafe adapter, see Apple Portables: Troubleshooting power adapters.
If you're looking for a PowerPC-based power adapter, see PowerPC-based Apple Portables: Identifying the right power adapter and power cord.