IPad Pro 1st gen is no longer charging via rMBP end 2013.

IPad Pro 1st gen is no longer the load via rMBP end of 2013 after the Ipad pro iOS 10.0.1 update

can someone enlighten me on this issue? Apart from the iPad pro requires a larger draw of power than an iPhone.

Thank you.

I ask as its just designed by using redundant DuetDisplay and I need a complete battery to use the ipad as a second display now...

Try alternative ways to charge your iPad here > If your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch won't charge - Apple Support

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