Apple has defended himself over criticism from new iPad users who claim the third generation of the tablet shows that it is fully loaded before it actually is.
Various tests have shown that the new iPad will continue charging after it says it is 100 percent charged, which has led to confusion among owners who fear that they misled.
Apple, who does not usually comment on these types of issues, said to All Things that the new iPad uses the same charging process as other iOS devices.
No news of charge:
Apple went on to confirm that its charge (included in the iPad, iPod and iPad) allows its units to maintain the optimal charging.
This is achieved through the apparatus to show 100 percent charge when it is almost fully loaded, so it will continue to charge the actual 100 percent, charge a small amount, then recharge to 100 percent and the process repeats. Does all this? Good.
So what is being said here? Well Apple has admitted that yes, the new iPad technically does not say it’s 100 percent loaded before it actually is, but thanks to his imagination charging process you do not need to worry.
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