There have been several reports about some new iPad owners are finding that their tablets suffer from a serious overheating issue during typical usage. Today, a Chinese user proved it with a professional procedure that the new iPad is far hotter than previous iPads – literally – and can be uncomfortable to use. Check out the pictures below for the results when a thermal camera was used to view the new iPad.
What’s going on? Well, Apple is very unhappy with a Hong Kong magazine PCM, which has already got their hands on the retail version of the new iPad and posted an exclusive review of it before the launch. The Cupertino firm has rang up the Hong Kong magazine and notified that they’re refused to attend to the press release tomorrow without any specific reason. Following that, PCM posted a statement today to contend Apple controlling the freedom of press.
The new iPad is here, and everyone is excited about it. The new Retina display, the A5X processor with quad-core graphics, the iSight camera, and the LTE chip are all assembled together to form the most advanced tablet today. Here’s the question, will the launch of the new iPad puts a new pressure to Foxconn workers? Well, a Foxconn worker who is working on the new iPad assembly line thinks it’s much easier to work on the new iPad than working on the iPhone 4S.
A real estate company in Heifei, the capital city of Anhui Province in Eastern China, had held a kissing contest as part of their promotional activities. Contestants can win an Apple iPad2 for having the most innovative kiss or a 1 carat diamond ring for having the longest kiss. The contest has attracted 63 pairs of couples to participate. A few Chinese girls fainted due to long time of kissing and holding acrobatic kissing positions. A couple who kissed for 2 hours and 43 minutes took the ring home. So what type of kiss has won away the ipad2 ?
What is the latest and greatest with the iPad 3? We have all the rumors, and all the purported specs covered. We also have an exclusive in depth look at the back shell of the iPad 3, as we have a production piece from one of our most reliable sources. Want to know more? Read on ~ Oh, and there’s one more thing: the “iPad mini”.
UPDATE 2: Purported X-ray images of iPad 3 unveiled.
UPDATE: iPad 3 front glass and power/volume buttons cable leaked.
Apple products have become a hit seller for second-hand gift brokers, a profession in China that involves buying and selling unwanted New Year’s presents. Brokers in China are buying up Chinese New Year gifts that recipients don’t want and selling them at deep discounts to people who want it. Brokers will repurchase these gifts at 60 to 70 percent of the original price, then resell the gifts at prices lower than face value. Usually, expensive liquors and cigarettes are the most often traded item, but now iPhone, iPad and Macbook are the most wanted …
A year ago we were perfectly content with tech toys that are made in China, and designed by China. Now look how far we’ve come. A lot has changed in China’s gadget world in 2011, and being the tech fanatics that we are, we’d like to take a moment and look back at the standout made-in-China products of 2011, from the most affordable Ice Cream Sandwich tablet produced to some of the cool gadgets you shouldn’t have missed. Sit back and enjoy!
What a year 2011 has been in China, and we’ve worked hard this year to bring you lots of ridiculous news on China. In 2011, we have seen lots of typical Chinese life styles such as a teenager selling his kidney for an iPad 2, and of course, there are some incidents that we do not know why they would happened — the deadly bullet train crash that killed 40 people, and a 2-year old girl getting hit by car twice and ignored by 18 people. So, below are the ten most ridiculous China news of the year, as ranked by the goofy guys here at M.I.C. Gadget.
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If you are a reader of M.I.C. Gadget, you probably love to see the counterfeit iPods, iPhones, and iPads we have introduced to you. Throughout the year, Chinese counterfeiting reaches a new low with the cloning of fake Apple stores selling real Apple products. The Chinese counterfeiters even have cheap “iPhone 5″ knockoffs for sale before Apple introduces the next iPhone. What’s more impressive is that there’s a MacBook Air knockoff from Shenzhen called the AirBook that looks near identical to Apple’s unibody MacBook Air upon first glance. So, the Apple counterfeits are very attractive, and we would like to show you all the best ones in this super round-up post, just read on to catch up with us!
St. Regis, the famous hotel operated by hospitality giant Starwood Hotels and Resorts, will open soon in Shenzhen, China. The luxury hotel is located on the top floor of Kingkey 100, which is Shenzhen’s tallest building with a height of 441.8 meters. The world’s highest St. Regis aims to introduce a new level of luxury and chic amenities. The hotel will provide iPad 2 inside every room as a remote controls to set up your mood and comfort level …
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