Wednesday, March 21, 2012

  We are very sure that all of you who read this post will atleast known about Apple's latest Tablet PC, iPad 3. And the device was satisfying some rumors as making sad some. Whatever the rumors were, 3rd Generation tablet was just amazing with it's retina display and other features. We may also use the word "Hot" as an adjective for this iPad since it had became an hottest subject in Tech Discussions and even in Normal discussions. 


    But the Word, Hottest is correct for iPad also in the case of its features. As a great change from Other Apple Mobilized devices, The latest iPad Ran As Hot As 116 Degrees After Running A Graphics-Intensive Video Game For 45 Straight Minutes According to Consumer Reports. “During our tests, I held the new iPad in my hands. When it was at its hottest, it felt very warm but not especially uncomfortable if held for a brief period,” wrote Donna L. Tapellini of Consumer Reports.

Reports of Consumer Reports are the following. 

The new iPad’s highest temperature is 113 degrees Fahrenheit when unplugged, and 116 degrees Fahrenheit when plugged. The advocacy group added that they were playing Epic’s Infinity Blade II while testing the device. It is standing up with Apple’s Smart Cover, the 4G LTE connection was off, and it was plugged in while the game ran for 45 minutes.
    Consumer Reports also find out the latest tablet wouldn't recharge its battery while plugged and running a game. This only suggests that its battery continues to drain because the A5X processor can draw power that’s too great for its USB connection to handle.

  The Tech Giant, Apple has given an instant reply for this problem as soon the problem was made famous.

   Compared to Apple’s iPad 2, the new tablet’s larger battery, Retina Display and more powerful quad-core processing unit caused the slight increase in its operating temperature. As Apple spokeswoman Trudy Miller shared on The Loop:

  The new iPad delivers a stunning Retina Display, A5X chip, support for 4G LTE plus ten hours of battery life, all while operating well within our thermal specifications. If customers have any concerns, they should contact AppleCare.
   

The problem has build up also in the Support Forum of Apple. users generally said that the new iPad operates warmer than the iPad 2, particularly on the left-bottom part of the tablet. As usual there are some antagonistic opinion by who didn't noticed the temperature change in device. Since Apple is being a tech giant, it is sure that the Problem will be solved through the awesome talent of Apple Developers.