|Jan 27, 2013, 12:08 AM||#1|
iPad getting warm, is it any problem?
Well, I am new iPad user and recently I get a new iPad 4. I also use a zerg cover with keyboard. And recently I notice that the device is getting warmer. I mean really not that warm like my old DELL inspiron laptop but its really noticeable. And for your information, I do type a lot (actually trying to replace my laptop and using the new iPad 4 instead. ) My question here is, is it normal, because I also use a Samsaung Galaxy Tab II 7'' but I never notice that device getting warmer.
|Jan 27, 2013, 01:21 AM||#2|
It's normal. Ipad 4 gets really really hot. That's why I am waiting for ipad 5!
MacBook Pro 15, Late 2011 8gb RAM, 256 GB SSD; iPad 2 32gb ; Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition ; Samsung Galaxy s4 I9505
|Jan 27, 2013, 03:58 AM||#3|
Yep, that's normal, especially when playing heavy games or doing a whole lot of heavy web page browsing it can get pretty warm, but it can cool down pretty quickly to, from what I've experienced.
Phone: Samsung GALAXY Note 4 LTE-A 32GB Charcoal Black
Tablet: Apple iPad 4 WIFI + LTE 16GB White
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