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Apple Explains Why iPad 3 Continues to Draw Power After Reporting 100% Charge

Apple Explains Why iPad 3 Continues to Draw Power After Reporting 100% Charge

Last week, we reported that the new iPad continues to draw power even after the iOS battery indicator reports 100% charge.

This led to speculation that there was a bug in iOS battery indicator. But, it looks like the behavior is nothing new to iOS devices. You should ideally notice a similar behavior while charging an iPhone or iPod touch.

Australian Regulator to Sue Apple Over Misleading 4G iPad Branding

Australian Regulator to Sue Apple Over Misleading 4G iPad Branding

As we’ve noted earlier, Apple’s new iPad doesn’t work on 4G LTE networks outside US and Canada and works on slower 3G networks in these countries.

Apple has run into trouble for still calling it “iPad Wi-Fi + 4G” in Australia.

iPad 3 – The Most Expensive Verizon 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot Lasts For Over 24 Hours [Battery Life]

iPad 3, in addition to 4G LTE, also has ‘Personal Hotspot,’ a feature that was earlier exclusive to the iPhone, which let users create a WiFi network to share their phone’s data connection.

New iPad Launch in 25 More Countries Today

Apple’s new iPad goes on sale in 25 countries today, which includes Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macau, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden. 

Some Users Reporting Issues With Wi-Fi Connectivity On The New iPad

Users on Apple’s discussion board are reporting problems with the new iPad’s Wi-Fi reception, which they say is weaker than its predecessors.

Not Surprisingly, New iPad’s Ultrafast 4G LTE Connectivity is a ‘Speed Trap’

Wall Street Journal reports that new iPad users are discovering that they’re burning through their monthly data limits quite quickly thanks to the ultrafast 4G LTE speeds.

Consumer Reports: New iPad Runs Hotter Than iPad 2, Doesn’t Charge Under Heavy Load

Consumer Reports: New iPad Runs Hotter Than iPad 2, Doesn’t Charge Under Heavy Load

Consumer Reports – a popular product review and comparison site have also confirmed that according to their tests, the new iPad runs significantly hotter than iPad 2. In fact, their iPad 3 reached a temperature of 116 degrees Fahrenheit while playing Infinity Blade II, which is more than the operating temperature limit on the new iPad’s tech specs page.

Apple Responds to New iPad Heating Issues, Says It Operates Well Within Thermal Specifications

Apple Responds to New iPad Heating Issues, Says It Operates Well Within Thermal Specifications

Apple has just responded to the new iPad heating issues we reported earlier, where some users have been complaining on online forums that their new iPad feels a lot warmer than iPad 2 after extended usage. 

New iPad Runs 10 Degrees Hotter Than iPad 2; But Within Operating Temperature Limit

New iPad Runs 10 Degrees Hotter Than iPad 2; But Within Operating Temperature Limit

Ever since the new iPad has been launched, several users have been complaining on Apple support forums and MacRumors forums that their iPad feels a lot warmer than iPad 2 after extended usage.

DisplayMate: New iPad Has The Best Display Ever on a Mobile Device

DisplayMate – a leader in video diagnostics has published a detailed shootout between the new iPad, iPad 2 and iPhone 4’s display (iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S feature the same Retina Display).