iPad Offers 10 Hours Battery Life, Steve Jobs Confirms

Steve Jobs has been busy answering emails. Earlier he confirmed that iPad won’t tether with iPhone in a response to a Swedish Apple fan. This time Steve responded to a GCN’s John Breeden disbelief that the iPad’s IPS display could support 10 hours of battery life in such a small form factor.

ipadIn a column of his, John Breeden showed his doubts about 10 hrs battery life and in return he received a lot of negative responses from Apple fans. Then he sent an email to Steve jobs to re-assure if iPad could support 10hrs of battery life and confirmed the authenticity of a comment signed as “Steve Jobs”.

I e-mailed him to say that I didn’t mean to imply that he was lying during his iPad presentation, as several people accused me of in their comments. People make presentations written by marketers all the time that are not 100 percent truthful, and it doesn’t make them liars.

This is what Steve Jobs sent in response to the above query from his iPad:

Sorry, wasn’t me.

And, yes, we are getting 10 hours in 1.5 pounds.

Sent from my iPad

iPad launches in the U.S on April 3rd and pre-orders starting March 12th.

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5 comments… add one
ipad application development May 5, 2010, 1:56 am

Well, if Steve sais so, who will ever doubt..

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