Apple Explains Why The New iPad Keeps Charging After Reaching 100%

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A number of days in the past,  a document created a stir about the brand new iPad battery used to be inaccurate and althoughthe unit costs past one hundred pc. As much as an hour nor will it take except the battery is totally charged in truth. Now a accountable Apple informed the Wall Boulevard Journal has offshoots AllThingsD ruled on the matter.

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The increase of the battery was absolutely necessary, since components such as the retina display and the processor are A5X current eating than the counterpart in the iPad second 
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So here's how things work: Apple does, in fact, display the iPad (and iPhone and iPod Touch) as 100 percent charged just before a device reaches a completely charged state. At that point, it wants to continue charging 100 percent, then discharge a bit and charge back up to 100 percent, repeating that process until the device is unplugged. Allows devices to doing so to maintain optimum charge, Apple VP Michael Tchao told AllThingsD today. 
"That circuitry is designed so you can keep your device plugged in as long as you would like," Tchao said. "It's a great feature that's always been in IOS."

Apple Vice President Michael Tchao clears the display to 100 percent. Apple actually show on 100, before the battery is fully charged. The device actually invite for a moment until the 100 percent is achieved. Then, the battery will lose another piece and is fully charged again. This process would continue until the IOS device will be disconnected from the power supply. 

Apple does in fact display the iPad (and iPhone and iPod Touch) as 100 percent charged just before a device reaches a completely charged state. At that point, it will continue charging to 100 percent, then discharge a bit and charge back up to 100 percent, repeating that process until the device is unplugged.

This is a great feature of IOS and has always been on board. In this way the battery is protected and the optimal level of performance can be achieved.

 

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