Updated 21 May, 2013, 8:08 pm IST
Upcoming iPad may undergo minor revisions to address overheating concerns
| by Ramkumar Iyer |
All power comes at a price and today’s increasingly thin and powerful tablets sometimes have to pay a very big price in exchange for power – overheating. Tablets have little or no ventilation, meaning manufacturers have to increasingly focus on design and tweaks to make sure the devices don’t overheat. Apple, being one of the major players in the tablet market is trying to be very careful with regards to its tablets overheating and is all set to fix any possible issues. The Cupertino-based company is said to be working on a minor redesign of the latest iPad in a bid to prevent overheating issues.
No overheating on new iPad!
The current version of the iPad is only slightly thicker and heavier than its predecessor - the iPad 2. However, in terms of its internal specifications, Apple has bumped up the new iPad to a whole new level with it having some neat features, such as a Retina Display, a dual-core A5X processor, quad-core GPU, iSight camera and a larger battery, just to name a few.
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