Apple iPad 2 Has Much Bigger Battery

More info on that shiny new iOS tablet from the Apple tree, this time about the Apple iPad 2 battery, which apparently is considerably larger than the battery in their first tablet the Apple iPad, but still delivers the same 10 hours of life.

According to an article over on Daily iPhone Blog some guy on Twitter (so no idea who the source is) came up with the image and figures which show the Apple iPad 2 is 49 percent battery and 51 percent electronics, which is a 1.8 increase in battery size.

The guys over at 9to5 Mac agree, saying that the iPad 2 is more than half battery. So if the battery in the new iOS tablet is that much bigger then why does the device still only deliver the same battery life as the original Apple tablet?

Perhaps it has something to do with the Apple iPad 2’s dual-core A5 processor eating up all that extra battery life, anyone else have any suggestions?


One thought on “Apple iPad 2 Has Much Bigger Battery”

  1. dpj says:

    the battery is probably not bigger in cube as it is likely to be thinner. the new ipad2 is much thinner than the original ipad, thinner than the iphone4

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