"I think I will use it to fry my eggs in the morning."
Apple has already sold over three million new iPads in three days, but consumer complaints have already started too, with many taking to forums to discuss their next-generation tablet overheating.
Customers have gathered on the official Apple Support Communities to reveal that the iPad gets hot after as little as 30 minutes use, something that didn't happen with the iPad 2.
Others have highlighted that LTE could be to blame, heating the iPad up so much that it becomes uncomfortable to hold, while others announced they would try frying eggs and bacon on the tablet. It could spell the nickname of the 'FriPad'.
This wouldn't be the first Apple glitch from its most recent offerings. The iPhone 4S allows Siri to unlock the device to unknown people, while the iPhone 4 came riddled with signal faults.