Tue. Oct 26th, 2021

New iPad Runs More Than 25 Hours As 4G Hotspot, Much Cooler Than Android Tablets

Since the new iPad launches in the market, we have seen many issues rising across the world regarding the performance of the new iPad. We have heard that users have been facing the heat issue on their new iPad device, and as well as the geeks out in the labortary found out that the device is running actually hotter than the iPad 2, and could reach the 116 degree temperature while playing the high-definition graphic games. Moreover, it was also discovered that the device becomes unable to charge the bigger battery packs during the heavy usage of processor and GPU performance.

However, this morning two interesting facts hit the web regarding the performance of the new iPad, and details how the new device actually works under certain environments. The most killing feature of the device is the support of 4G LTE technology, and the Retina Display. So we have an interesting information from AnandTech folks who discovered that the new iPad could be run more than 24 hours under the use of 4G LTE hotspot feature on the device. Yes! We are not kidding; it actually happens under the continuous usage of LTE hotspot on iPad.

It is reported that the new iPad could be used as 4G LTE hotspot for more than 25.3 hours, which is equivalent to the 5-7 Mifi’s – the device that is especially designed to provide 4G hotspot feature to the users. However, the 4G hotspot feature on the iPad is only offered to the Verizon users, as AT&T has yet to announce anything regarding their hotspot feature to the new iPad users.

The second information comes from the PCWorld lab test that defines that the new iPad actually runs much cooler than the couple of Android tablets, and produces quite good results under field testing. PCWorld folks compared the new iPad with ASUS transformer and Samsung Galaxy Tab under the same conditions, as the new iPad tested earlier on the launch day. The new iPad without charger plugged in, runs a lot cooler than the Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, even with much boosted hardware and larger battery packs then any tablet in the market.