Top 3 Controversies Hounding Apple’s Newest iPad

By Ian Paul, PCWorld Mar 21, 2012 9:13 AM Apple’s latest iPad has been on sale less than a week and–following the usual round of rave reviews from critics–the company looks headed for controversy as complaints and criticisms mount about Apple’s …Find out more from PCWorld (blog)

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New iPad heat complaints latest attack against Apple

After the launch of the new iPad, several reports began to crop up that Apple’s new tablet was running hot. On March 20, Consumer Reports said it found that the new iPad reached temperatures that were about 13 degrees warmer than the iPad 2.Find out more from Washington Post

Of Course Apple Would Sell 3 Million New iPads

Apple announced Monday that it has already sold three million new iPads over the first weekend. The tablet launched Friday, March 16, meaning that Apple was pushing roughly one million tablets a day, give or take a few depending on how current the …Find out more from InformationWeek

New iPad reaches temperatures of around 116 degrees, Consumer Reports says

On Tuesday, Consumer Reports released results of the heat tests it conducted on the new iPad, and it found that Apple’s latest tablet is 13 degrees warmer than the iPad 2. The Post’s Hayley Tsukayama reports: The magazine found that the heat tended to …Find out more from Washington Post

Apple faces concerns over iPad ‘speed trap’

Apple says the new display will be even sharper than the high-definition television set in the living room.Apple March 7, 2012: Apple CEO Tim Cook introduces the new iPad during an event in San Francisco. The new iPad model features a sharper screen …Find out more from Fox News

New iPad: Insights on whether to upgrade from your current tablet

More than 3 million people have already purchased Apple’s new iPad. Are you wondering whether you should join their ranks? Blogger Darrell Etherington helped Washington Post readers make the decision in an online chat Tuesday, tackling questions about …Find out more from Washington Post

Apple Poised to Pass Intel as Top Mobile Chipmaker

By Damon Poeter Apple is on pace to surge past Intel this year as the top seller of mobile processors used in a variety of computers and handheld devices, ranging from laptops to smartphones and tablets, according to new research from NPD In-Stat.Find out more from PC Magazine

Apple’s new iPad running ‘significantly hotter,’ Consumer Reports says

Apple Inc.’s new iPad runs “significantly hotter” than the earlier model when handling processor-intensive tasks such as playing graphics-heavy games, according to Consumer Reports, which tested the device. The newest version of the market-leading …Find out more from Salt Lake Tribune

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Apple’s Nano-SIM Comes Under Fire From Nokia, Motorola and RIM

Last year, it became apparent that Apple was planning to introduce a new SIM card, even tinier than the micro SIMs it uses in the iPhone 4S and iPad. But now Apple is trying to push the idea through regulators—and its competitors are having …More By Jamie Condliffe

Apple’s nano-SIM proposal has Motorola, Nokia, RIM unhappy …

The nano-SIM is about to be approved by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), but this simple vote on a telecommunications.More By Kelly Hodgkins

Apple’s nano-SIM proposal draws fire from Motorola, Nokia, RIM …

Giesecke & Devrient’s nano-SIM design is fueling quite the standards battle over in Europe, with Apple sitting in one corner, and the troika of.More By Amar Toor

Apple Still Fighting for Smaller SIM Card Standard for Future …

Current micro-SIM (bottom right) punched out of a mini-size SIM card (top right) The Financial Times reports that Apple is up against rival…More By Arnold Kim

Competing with Apple: ‘Great products may not even be necessary …

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