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Ipad case and ventilation

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by ManicTL, Nov 28, 2010.

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    The Ipad doesn't seem to generate much heat, but was wondering if it is ok to always leave it in the case, even when charging? I use the apple case.
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    I keep mine in it's Apple Case All the time

    And have had no problems. Besides, it is too hard to take out of the case, so I'm assuming that Apple meant to keep it in it's case.

    PS: Welcome to the forum!

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