Apple introduced more powerful charger for ipad
Good to see Apple has finally figured out the solution of ipad’s charging problem.There was so much points raise on the slow charging of ipads and the users find it difficult to cope with this issue as they have to wait so long for their ipads to charge and then the more teasing thing is the battery consume at a faster rate than their desire.
Actually if you talk about ipad 3 it has higher resolution retina display and LTE radio so that’s why it need more fuel in the battery than previous idevices. Another problem was that if you charge ipad through pc then the usb didn’t transfer efficient power to charge the device.The only way to get rid of this problem to introduce a more competitive battery for operating these ipads.So Apple has succeeded in working out an effective charger that will not only recharge in less amount of time but will also operate for more duration than before.
This charger is available in Apple store and so surely there will be no such problem to face if you buy 4th generation iPad .Actually this charger is rated at 12 watt instead of previous one with 10 watt.This is the maximum limit you can achieve considering the precautionary measures like the battery didn’t get too hot.
This is a very good step taken by apple to introduce the 12 watt brick which clearly proves that apple can go to any extent to maintain their standard as we know that older idevices only had 5 watt chargers.But there is an issue to harp about as you can only have 12 watt brick in $19 excluding the cable.Let’s see how people respond to this development.
Posted on October 28, 2012, in iPADs, News, Smart Tech, Tablets and tagged 12WaysToLowerYourHomeownersInsuranceCosts, APPLE, apple lightning, AppleLightning, Battery, HDMI, ipad, ipad charger, iPAD mini, IpadCharger, IpadMini, iPhone 5, iphone5, ipod, li-ion, Lightning adapter, lightning AV adapter, Lightning composite AV adapter, lightning USB adapter, LightningAdapter, LightningAvAdapter, LightningCompositeAvAdapter, LightningUsbAdapter, tablets. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.