iPad mini G resistance.

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    Sirs I am just curious, would anybody here happen to know if the iPad mini can endure about 4-6 Gs when it is used inside a fighter plane perhaps? Thank you guys for any input... ;)
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    4-6 G is not too much to endure for solid state electronics. If the iPad couldn't handle it, I would think the plane's control systems would also have trouble.
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    Thanks a lot Kevin! Appreciate it! ;)
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    All you need now is a holder for the iPad that can withstand the expected G-forces.
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    That is my next target! I am planning to use it as a standby GPS device in case my primary malfunctions. ;)
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    Quick question. I've had an ipad 2 32G wifi since March of last year. I just bought a newtrent powerbank with 7000mah capacity. I tried to charge my ipad using it but was not able to complete it as I had to disconnect it at around 91%. Afer using the ipad for 2 days, it suddenly died and so I thought maybe it just needed some juice. However, after plugging it in a power outlet using my original cable and charger, I found out that it would not charge anymore and is stuck at 1% (it will indicate 1% "charged"). I used the same powerbank with my iphone 4s with no problems. My ipad is running on ios 6.1 and is jailbroken. Please help. :(






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    You plan on surfing the net on the iPad while flying a F-22 lol!
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