Currently Being ModeratedNov 1, 2012 10:06 PM (in response to RennnR96)
It has a similar layout...really anyone's guess. I have not had issues with my 3rd gen iPad unless I am playing intense games. And even then, it's just warm to the touch.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 1, 2012 10:12 PM (in response to RennnR96)
I doubt it, none of the others have had a heating issue, and I have worked with them all. I have one of each flavor, and they have all been fine. We have 35 of them at the clinic, and no gripes about heating. I have no reason to buy the new new iPad, as my iPad "3" works fine, and there is little difference between them. It's a little faster, but only marginally, in reality.
The connector is no big deal, but a lot of YaHoos have griped about it for some reason. It's just a plug, and adapters are available. If some devices won't adapt, it's time for some new stuff, if the various manufacturers don't come up with a fix - it isn't Apples problem, and it shouldn't be.
Oh Well, Good Luck in your quests.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2012 10:45 AM (in response to RennnR96)
i have problem regarding my ipad4.. i buy ipad4 last dec.22 and i encounter overheating.. apple store replace a new unit but same problem the 2nd time its over heating again.. do you think its natural on ipad4? or i need to report again to apple store? tnx