After the launch of the new iPad, several reports began to crop up that Apple’s new tablet was running hot. On March 20, Consumer Reports said it found that the new iPad reached temperatures that were about 13 degrees warmer than the iPad 2. Here’s a look at some of the other controversies Apple has faced over the years.
"Antenna-gate" Apple's iPhone 4 and a rubberized protective case called a bumper are held for a photo on July 16, 2010. Apple's then-CEO Steve Jobs said the company knew that the iPhone 4 can lose reception when held a certain way and didn't think it would be a big issue. However, he ended up offering customers a case to fix the antenna flaw. George Frey/Bloomberg News Buy Photo