iPad CPU temp app?

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  1. jgelety

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    Are there any apps out there that will tell me my iPads current temp? I know years ago I had a free one I used on my 3GS but can't find it on the App Store either under iPad only or iPad/iPhone apps. Nor is it in my prior purchased list. I've found quite a few apps that give battery info and other device info but none seem to include the current temp.
     
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    I've done some searching and there doesn't appear to be a third party app that does that.

    Fact is there shouldn't be a temperature issue with your iOS device. If it does overheat, not warm but 'hot' to the touch, you should take it to a Genius Bar for a diagnostic.

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  3. Richard Brown

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    The iPad user guide for iOS 6 gives this advice......

    “iPad is designed to work in ambient temperatures between 32° and 95° F (0° and 35° C) and stored in temperatures between -4° and 113° F (-20° and 45° C). iPad can be damaged and battery life shortened if stored or operated outside of these temperature ranges.”

    Excerpt From: Inc, Apple. “iPad User Guide For iOS 6.1.” Apple Inc., 2013. iBooks.
    This material may be protected by copyright.

    Check out this book on the iBookstore: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/ipad-user-guide-for-ios-6.1/id600665136?mt=11

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    Hi again - don't believe there is an app for the iPad (like iStats for a Mac) to check the internal temps - might want to take a look at post #9 in THIS THREAD and follow the two links provided - some interesting reading, at least for me - BUT, I followed the instructions and my iPad has generated a daily log for the last week or so - for the life of me, I cannot find a temperature listing in the logs - you might have a different experience? :)
     
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    Thanks guys. I don't believe I'm having a temp issue. If you see my other post you'll know I'm having a battery issue with my iPad 3. I've done some things listed to do which helped and still waiting for the new 12w charger to get here. My reason for the temp app was to rule out that my current case isn't allowing the iPad to stay cool enough. So I wanted to check the temp regularly to see if I am having a cooling issue. I've had this case for a month and the issue only started a couple days ago so I doubt it's a cooling issue. But I'm a police officer & paramedic so I'm use to ruling things out to assist in finding what's wrong.

    iPhone 4S 6.1.2 jailbroke :) iPad 3 6.1.3 not jailbroke :(
     
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    Good read. I of course had the "do not send" so I'll need to wait for the report tomorrow. I did however have a "low memory" report there for yesterday. Seems between the few apps I had in my multitask bar and a big game going I killed my memory leaving only 12mb of memory free. That would explain my initial battery issue. But even after resetting & restoring my iPad and attempting to charge it I was having issues. It took 2 hours to charge from 5% to 7% while task bar was cleared and the iPad locked. Then charging it over night for 7 hours while locked it only went from 8% to 77%. Today at work I've had it plugged in and on several apps at once. It's holding at 67% for the last 4 hours while using all of those plugged in. Maybe my iPad had a temporary brain fart?

    iPhone 4S 6.1.2 jailbroke :) iPad 3 6.1.3 not jailbroke :(
     

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