You are not communicating with Apple when you post here. Everyone who will reply here is just a fellow user.
The NBAA seems to think that a link to the online battery certification statement:
in your statement to your POI and your authorization package is sufficient. See this article:
quoting the director of aviation strategy at Jeppesen, who would I presume know what is required. Regulations in other countries may differ, but to the best of my knowledge, Apple has not provided documentation other than the referenced web page.
Thank you very much. I am aware that this is a user forum only - often a better way to get quick answers, if you know what I mean.
I appreciate the links and will certainly review. In an international playing field, it is often a bit more difficult - the approach by regualtors can vary significantly and many are looking for original documentation. Internationally, I have my doubts that the NBAA view on this item is quite accurate, particularly when it involves CAT operations. That said, in North America we are fairly blessed.
If I find more data, I'll repost here.
Thanks again to both of you for your replies.
I am aware that this is a user forum only - often a better way to get quick answers, if you know what I mean.
Such knowledge is not apparent when you address as post as "you (Apple)". I think anyone reading that would believe that you expect an answer from Apple. If you phrased it that way just to try and prod fellow users into replying more quickly, I consider that a bit impolite.
In any case, Apple has provided only the web page I referenced above, according to all the information I can find. You will need to talk to your certification agency to determine if that is sufficient. If it is not, then you probably will not be able to use iPads in your operation at this time.