Customers have reported that their iPad turned off without any external influence and could not be turned on again.
Up to now, direct sunlight was usually the cause. The iPad's operating temperature should be between 0 and 35°C, but it can also handle -20 to 45°C for a short time. If the iPad is exposed to extraordinary temperatures over a longer period, AbaClock will display a warning message. It will then reduce the screen brightness or turn itself off.
Direct sunlight can cause damage to the iPad and its battery. Place it away from the sun or provide shade for the AbaClock. Reposition it if necessary.
If you see such message, disassemble the AbaClock and place it in a shady cool room (about 20°C). Never place it in a refrigerator or freezer, as this will damage the iPad even more and may cause water damage from condensation.
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