This is in reference to the actual, physical, white "plug" that comes w/ the iPad2.... I've noticed that my iPad 2 charger (plug) is getting extremely hot while it is charging my iPad. I also have noticed that it seems to be taking quite some time for the actual iPad to get fully charged to 100% capacity too. Has anyone actually held, or has felt their "plug" while it is plugged into a wall outlet and while charging their iPad? Is it normal for these to get hot to the touch? The charger for my iPhone 4 never gets warm, and my phone seems to charge rather quickly. I know there's a difference between an iPad battery and iPhone battery, such as capacity, amps/volts, etc and also a difference in type of factory plugs used for charging - but what is concerning me is the fact that the plug for my iPad seems to be getting abnormally warm (hot to the touch). It also does not matter what outlet it has been plugged into either, as I have switched outlets and also used other outlets other than my home. ***** The iPad never gets warm and has been functioning 100% without issues.... Anyone?