The latest generation of the Apple iPad, The New iPad is reported to have inaccuracies in the battery parameters display. These findings come from analyst DisplayMate, Raymond Soneira who has been testing and in-depth analysis of these devices.
After its launch on March 16, 2012 and then, almost three million units sold over a period of four days, most users expect these devices to have perfection in its entirety. However, an analyst at Raymond Soneira this week, has found that the mathematical model of the charge, may be the cause of ‘false’ on-screen battery indicator. As reported by Appleinsider, Saturday (24/03/2012).
The investigation has been done, Soneira get this latest generation iPad continue to draw 10 watts of electricity sub two hours after the batteries are showed levels of 100 percent (full charge). Soneira also revealed that the third generation iPad is likely to have errors in mathematical models of battery charging.
The conclusion shows, although The New iPad displays the battery is fully charged (100 percent), but it still attracted a number of watts. The report also claims to charge the battery completely filled approximately two hours after the display shows the battery is 100 percent.
Although there are weak spots, the latest tablet device from Apple has a number of advantages than its predecessor as the sharpness of the colors in the picture.
“As expected, all the images, especially text and graphics are very impressive. In some photos, extra sharpness makes a significant difference (rather than the previous generation iPad).” Raymond Soneira said.
In addition, The New iPad brings Retina Display. This technology has four times the pixels greater than iPad2. So that the text sharper, richer colors and make the experience a whole change in the iPad because it feels more alive and more detailed.
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