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Discussion in 'iPad' started by Ev0d3vil, Nov 1, 2014.
as above......... Will it cause the battery to degrade faster with the heat trapped?
I never take my case off, I don't find the heat to be an issue.
If I had to charge my iPad with the case off, the case would never be on. I seem to have it on the charger more than off.
I think my iPad2 had a much longer battery life, but Air 2 is too new (3 days) to be certain. I use mine in the car for work, and GPS does use a lot of battery juice, but after two days use in the car, I think the Air 2 battery drains twice as fast as my old one did. My point being, I need the case on, and I need it plugged in whenever possible too.
Definitely ON. My Kavaj case is relatively easy to remove, however my Air never gets so hot while charging that I am ever concerned.
I also agree with poster above: if I had to remove my case for charging, I would not have a case on in the first place.
First time I think about that
I'm using Apple's smart case (expensive as hell but cute) and charge it with the case. It doesn't heat up much during charging btw.
usually i will only remove the case when i want to get a new case
I never remove the case.
Yes, but I will admit that I usually turn it back up (face down) so that the heat from recharging has a slightly better chance to dissipate. I'm sure it has a bigger effect on my head than it does on the battery, though.
When charging, I remove the case and place the iPad in a cool bath. The toughest part is finding a lightning cable long enough to reach the middle of the tub.
No for both my iPads (& the mini has a smart cover not a case). That's why most cases have cut-outs for the charging cables.
I expect if someone is doing heavy gaming, then that might be a reason to take the case off.
Haven't put my Air 2 in a case yet but my old iPad 3 never came out of the case.