When the iPad was launched, you might have noticed that many computers out there had some problems when trying to charge it. The reason was due to the USB ports supplying the usual 0.5amps instead of the 1.2amps that the iPad needed. Fortunately MSI has recognized the popularity of the iPad and has taken steps to remedy the situation, as the company has released a Windows program that will be able to detect when you’ve plugged in an iPad, and increase the amps to the 1.2amps demanded by the iPad. This update works on the full series of mainboards and computers from MSI, including notebooks, personal and All-in-One computers. Hopefully this resolves the charging issue for iPad owners out there who are running MSI hardware.
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