Ipad 2 battery

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  1. Thanhdao

    Thanhdao iPF Novice

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    Does my ipad 2 still charge when it reach 100 % ( when i plug in power source overnight ) ? The reason is i always charge ipad 2 over night, and does that harm the ipad 2 battery ?
     
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    idave23 iPad Enthusiast

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    No it doesn't hurt to leave it on charge overnight. They're designed so that it's safe to do so.
     
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    I had charged my iPad 2 every nights since I got back in march. There is NO problem by doing this at all.

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    maybe what you mean is "there is NO problem by doing this at all."
    is it...?

    :D:D:D:D:D:D
     
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    I also charge my iPad overnight, and also my iPhone 4, haven't had a problem with either one of them.
     
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    iFrog Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Lol, yes... Sorry I guess I was to sleepy. I had edited my post.

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    You can also work on the ipad while plugged in. it will not hurt the batteries
     
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    This will do it as well, it will just charge a little slower but it will still be charge as you use it.

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    Thanks all
     
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    Thanhdao iPF Novice

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    How about the life cycle of the ipad how many charge can we have do any one know?
     
  11. Tim SPRACKLEN

    Tim SPRACKLEN iPad Legend

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    Have a look here for the official line..

    Apple - Batteries - iPad

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    Most devices are not fully charged when they report "100%." They continue to trickle charge until actually fully charged. Even in the cases where that is not the case, or after a device reaches a true full charge, the charging circuit will manage the battery and prevent any harm, though I wouldn't leave a device on a charger for days or weeks.
     
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    Yes, you can’t overcharge an Apple device unless you reached your credit limit on a weekend and your bank didn’t catch it.
    Trivia: I’ve learned to never correct a member’s grammar, typo or anything else. I guarantee that all of us expert proofreaders’ will eventually make a similar mistake. :rolleyes:
     
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    and your point is???
    forgive me and correct me if i'm wrong, so next time i (and maybe all other members of this forum) see someting that can mislead us, we should just let it be...???

    ok, i think that's easy...
    thanks for the friendly trivia...
     

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