Anybody getting iPad Temperature Warning yet?

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  1. JohnnyApple

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    Saw a complaint about it here: ellkro | TweetPhoto

    Just wondering if anyone has seen it on theirs yet?

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  2. Gayle

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    No, and mine has been on most of the day. :)
     
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    I have been using mine almost non-stop since it arrived. At no point did it feel any warmer than it was when I first turned it on. I have to believe those that are getting the temp warning have defective units.
     
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    It just seems strange that although the picture speaks for itself, Im wondering if it is legit from the iPad and not pulled from the SDK or manipulated in some other way.

    At least he could have said in the comments why or how he got it to that point. Apple warns against people letting these lay about in a hot car in summer, as no electronics should do, but just to be safe, place all iPads in protective sleeves that completely cover their surface and at least away from direct sunlight. Personally its common sense to me.

    I also find it hard to believe this came from just normal use, many people have been using them all day with doing various things on them and this is the only screenshot I see with this warning, or its a DOA unit from Apple which should be under warranty.
     
  5. JohnnyApple

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    True, it could be manipulated, no idea if it's legitimate or not.
     
  6. alxs210

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    Maybe it is because there isn't any percentage with the battery...
     
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    FYI, the battery percent can be turned off on one of the setting pages.
     
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    I guess I'm learning by the minute today.
     
  9. JohnnyApple

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    No worries, everyone is :)
     
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    If it is in fact legit, there are gonna be defective models that shipped. Or perhaps the user was using it under less than optimal circumstances.

    Let's just hope that out of the hundreds of thousands shipped, none of yours have any problems.

    Here in Japan, the wifi version isn't even available for pre-order. The website just sets around the end of April. No word on carriers for 3g either.
     

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