Now that the new iPad has been out for almost a week, iLounge reports that DisplayMate has discovered odd charging behavior. Apparently the new iPad continues to charge for up to an hour after the battery indicator reads 100%.
On Friday, March 16th, Apple released the new third-generation iPad. While the new tablet is certainly a step up from it’s predecessor, it’s received its fair share of criticism due to no significant design changes and only five new key features. For a full review of the new iPad, make sure to watch the video embedded above.
Aside from a 2560-by-1440 Retina display, an A5X chip, an upgraded 5MP iSight camera and Dictation, Apple’s new third-generation also gained 4G LTE capabilities (exclusive to Verizon and AT&T US customers). During Apple’s keynote presentation on the 7th of March, they revealed that the new LTE-capable iPad will receive download speeds of up to 73 Mbps. But, in most cases, …
This is the seventy-ninth episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss the new “iPad 3,3″ and iOS 5.1 untethered Jailbreak status, the 3rd-gen iPad itself, the new Apple TV 3 and more! Links to the articles discussed in this episode:
Earlier today, just hours after Apple launched their new iPad, Musclenerd (a famous iOS hacker and security expert that plays a huge role in the creation of Jailbreak utilities) tweeted pictures of his Jailbroken third-generation A5X-powered iPad.