Well, in light of all of the happy-go-lucky Apple hardware news, something was bound to go wrong somewhere. Bloomberg is reporting that apple is facing a brand new lawsuit over complaints that the iPad heats too quickly in direct sunlight. The complaint was filed on Friday of last week in Oakland, California and claims that the Apple tablet device "does not live up to the reasonable consumer's expectations created by Apple" because it "overheats so quickly under common weather conditions."
True-blue fans of the Apple iPad might be able to laser-engrave their trusty tablets this holiday season, whether they're purchasing the device for a beloved family member or indulgently buying their own.
This report comes from tech blog Erictric, who claim their source is saying Apple will offer engraving services just as they did on the iPod and iPod touch.
Ever wondered what the majority of people are using their iPads for? Resolve Market Research wondered the same thing, and set off to complete a study on the topic. The research group also took a look at how the iPad is impacting other technologies like e-readers, portable gaming devices, and netbooks.
In a move that will surely delight AT&T customers that are still recovering from this morning's data cap announcements, there are speculations Verizon Wireless has begun testing iPads on its own mobile network.