While we’re waiting for iFixit to tear apart the new iPad so we can get a look at the device’s new 42.5-watt-hour rechargeable lithium-polymer battery, we have received some confirmation that the battery does take hours longer to charge than the iPad 2. We know battery life remains the same with the 70 percent larger battery going mostly towards powering the new Retina display, A5x chip, and LTE-capabilities, but we wondered last week whether the new battery could take up to 70 percent longer to charge. MG Siegler confirms in his review on TechCrunch that charging the new iPad takes “several hours” longer compared to previous generations: [read]

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