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Batman: Arkham City Lockdown has received a major iOS update today. The new update adds support for the new iPad's 2048 x 1536 resolution alongside a new level and enhanced visual effects.
Apple has agreed to offer refunds for people in Australia who have purchased the new iPad after some people complained that the claims of 4G connections were misleading for Australian customers.
A new article from Consumer Reports confirms that the new iPad can get "significantly hotter" than the previous iPad 2, even while Apple says the new iPad runs "within our thermal specifications."
Apple's new iPad has already sold in huge numbers, but its success is being overshadowed by complaints from some users, who claim that the tablet is getting very hot, even under 'light' use.
Apple's online store is now officially sold out of the first unit order for "the new iPad". Apple is now taking orders for the tablet but they will ship to consumers on March 19.
Apple claims that the new iPad has a graphics processor four times as fast as NVIDIA's Tegra 3 chip. Now NVIDIA is asking Apple to show the benchmark results to prove that claim.