The New iPad Is The Greatest Thing Ever Says The Flip-Floppers At Consumer Reports

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After issuing a report that the new iPad could get extremely warm while playing a demanding game, Consumer Reports has changed its story, saying that it’s actually no cause for concern.From its update:

[W]e also carried out further tests that confirmed the new iPad is warmer in its hottest spots than theĀ iPad 2. But we didn’t find those temperatures to be cause for concern. In addition, further tests of observations we made that the new iPad was not recharging when playing a demanding, intense video game, showed that the problem was limited to times when the device was playing a demanding game with the screen fully bright.

The new iPad is now one of Consumer Reports’s most recommended tablets.

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