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    Charging iPad 2

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    Charging iPad 2
    Have got my new iPad 2 need to know how to charge them. On plugging in the charger the charging light illumitnates on the top right hand corner of the screen. Once the iPad is off/sleep there is no clue about charging. There is no orange/green light as present in the Macbook charging cord. How does one know the iPad charge in complete or in progress? Thanks for helping me out once again...

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    Charging iPad 2
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    Just relax. It's plugged into power. No need to think it's not charging!

    If you need to check just press the sleep/wake button and check the big battery display in the middle of the screen.

    It can't over-charge. Just plug it in and let it do it's thing
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    Charging iPad 2

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    Thanks mrplow, I'll follow that advice. if stationed at one place is it all right to work on the external power even if is fully charged. Secondly, I've downloaded quite a few games from the AppStore. Most of the freeware is not worth keeping, how do I remove/delete those apps/games ? Kindly help me out yet again

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    Yes, it's OK to use with the power connected.

    To remove any app you've bought press and hold the app icon until it starts to jiggle. Then press the X in the top left corner of the app icon to delete it from your iPad.

    http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/iPad_User_Guide.pdf
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    And then remember the next time you sync it with your computer, head into the Apps tab and uncheck those apps you don't want iTunes to put back on there.
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    Charging iPad 2

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    Thanks guys for all the info!

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