Solution to the iPad 3 Heat Problem [Humor]

Mar 23, 2012 - 13 Comments

iPad 3 in the snow

If your iPad 3 is getting too hot to handle, the solution is to use the iPad outdoors in three feet of snow. Three feet of snow is required because there is a direct correlation between the iPad generation and the amount of snow required to cool the device, thus iPad 3 requires 3 feet of snow. For those of you who don’t have access to three feet of snow, try placing the iPad 3 in a freezer at least three feet under ground, while holding three fingers in the air for at least three seconds while counting backwards from three.

This is obviously a joke, and you’ll notice we haven’t mentioned anything about the mythical iPad 3 heat problem, mostly because it doesn’t exist and we don’t want to reward manufactured controversy. This was funny enough to post on a Friday though, so enjoy a tip that’s about as useless as the original Consumer Reports BS that started it all.

Thanks to Ryan for the picture


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Fun, iPad


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  1. Jason says:

    I live up north, I love the idea of the ipad 3 warming up my hands as I use it. no, I’m not joking I’m dead serious.

  2. SilentCry says:

    What a joke… not!
    Bad photoshop work (look at the reflections …) topped by bad writing and humoristic skills.

  3. Charles Dale says:

    I was able to cook a steak, baked potato and onion rings on my iPad in 5 minutes. It came out good and was delicious.

  4. Jake says:

    What a ridiculous article. Such a waste of time.

  5. Fishcake21 says:

    I dunno why everyone is making a big deal about the heat issues with the new iPad, but then again I live in Alaska :D

  6. Timb says:


  7. APK says:

    All that snow is going to melt because of the iPad! The iPad is causing Global Warming!

  8. Hans says:

    Awesome, because the whole “warm” iPad scare is a joke…

  9. Douglas says:

    I want my 30 seconds back

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