|Dec 22, 2012, 10:02 PM||#1|
iPad shuts off if not plugged into charger
I have a new iPad 3 that tends to power itself off after a while if it's not connected to a charger.
Not just turn off the screen and lock it, actually power off so I have to hit the power button to turn it on again and wait for it to start up.
The battery isn't drained (usually it's at 100%-99% when it's done this).
I've erased it and re-set it up as new, but no change. 6.0.1 iOS.
|Dec 22, 2012, 10:04 PM||#2|
It sounds like it needs an appointment with a Genius. If there's not an Apple Store in your area, you can give them a call and they'll ship one to you instead.
If you have a question about my post, quote me so I am notified and can easily reply to you.
|Dec 22, 2012, 10:08 PM||#3|
iPad |4th gen Black/ 32GB/ iOS 7.0
iMac |G4 1.0 GHz/ 1.25 GHz PPCG4 (7445)
iPod |Classic Black/ 80GB|U2 edition 20GB
iPhone |4S White/16GB/ iOS 7.0|3G White/16GB iOS 4.2.1
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