iPad 2 radiation help

flimzy

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Apr 16, 2013
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My iPad 2 is about 2.5 years old. About a year ago the screen cracked from a fall and i replaced the screen from some shop and there was however still a noticeable misalignment or cracks showing on the corners. I then re cracked the screen months later and it has bits of glass shattered at the top right corner. I've been using it ever since but do you think these two occurrences are likely to have increased the amount of radiation the iPad emits? I hope i gave a good description. Could the broken glass and the corners that show the inside of the iPad cause more radiation especially harmful radiation and the fact that it dropped twice and even on the replacement screen.
 

flimzy

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Original poster
Apr 16, 2013
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No. You'd probably get more radiation eating a banana.

But did you get my description, was replaced year and a half ago and corners were still slightly cracked while showing the inside of iPad and then it cracked again. One corner is just mangled and i can see the inside. All the other corners look like theres a big hole and you can see inside it with huge cracks


ALSO, i use it for school and it is kept in my bag.i drop my bag several times hard in the ground daily so that could cause internal damage
 

Jnesbitt82

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Oct 21, 2013
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Umm, you started a thread about your iPhone having a radiation leak because of deleting files, and now your iPad is leaking radiation because of a cracked screen? Do yourself a favor and stay away from the microwave.

Maybe this will make you feel better.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-czRE9rdHMA
 
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noisycats

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Jun 1, 2010
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ALSO, i use it for school and it is kept in my bag.i drop my bag several times hard in the ground daily so that could cause internal damage
ok flimzy, crazy idea, but how about you stop dropping your bag ... several times ... hard ... on a daily basis?

Radiation is the least of your worries.