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Anyone not totally ignorant understands that rechargeable batteries have a finite life, depending on the number of recharge cycles, environmental conditions, etc. You seem to be assuming that the battery replacement program is for defective product, rather than normal replacement after extended use. The which is in no way something subject for a recall. It ain't a Pet Rock(tm), after all.
Even with a dead dead dead battery, the device will run when connected to power and I/O. Don't forget to do a hard initialization to wipe memory before you send it out.
Unfortunately, with replaceable batteries, it almost certainly wouldn't have near the usable time on a single charge that the current design has.
Only to someone not paying any sort of attention to usual industry practice.
You fail to account for your old iPad being refurbished and resold. At that, probably 3 to 5 years down the road.
Something about "planning ahead" would seem to apply.
Not really. Says more about how much they can expect to recover after refurbishing the original iPad and selling it.
Kewl. 'bye
Or so Flash content is blocked, and you don't keep getting notices to download and install Flash from sites that use it. ClickToFlash stops that nonsense, too.
The eye doesn't care, and frankly doesn't know, whether the light it's getting is reflected or if it's directly emitted from what you're looking at. All it cares about is light intensity and contrast range in the visual field of static images, which is what you're reading.
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