iProblems with the New iPad
Apple may have sold 3 million new iPads this past weekend, but not all users are happy with their shiny new tablets. Some say the new iPad gets too hot after using it for a prolonged period of time. The tech giant responded Tuesday saying the new iPad may indeed get a little warmer than the iPad 2, but that it's perfectly normal. Read their statement here.
Meanwhile, users are also reporting problems with the magnetic iPad Smart Cover. Some of the magnetic covers don't work properly with the new iPad, which is "magnetized" differently than it's predecessor. Some users report Apple replaced their old covers when they brought them to Apple stores.
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