According to an anecdotal report in one of the early crop of third-generation iPad reviews, the new device takes substantially longer to charge than prior versions. “While the new battery clearly isn’t much bigger than the old one, it can hold much more juice (42 watt-hours versus 25-watt-hours)”, MG Siegler writes for TechCrunch. “The downside of this is that I’ve found it takes quite a bit longer to charge the new iPad. As in several hours — you’ll probably want to do it overnight.” Siegler also notes that the new iPad gets noticeably warm—“never hot, just warm”, he assures—in the lower lefthand corner after prolonged use; The Verge noted similar warmth when using LTE for extended periods of time, suggesting that it, and not the battery, is to blame. Expect full test results from iLounge’s independent review.