It’s doubtful a dead CMOS battery will brick the machine. Modern systems usually only have these to keep the realtime clock going when the unit is powered down AND unplugged. In fact, if your Mac is plugged in, the drain on the batteries is probably 0, so the clock (pun intended) only starts running down substantially when the machine is taken out of service. These lithium cells have a crazy long shelf life; I have a copy of Legend of Zelda from the late 80s which still has the save games intact, backed up by a CR2032. RTCs draw a bit more current, but it’s still low.
I don’t expect these batteries to become an issue for multiple decades.
Do all the controls and cutouts (volume buttons, power, microphone holes, speaker holes, etc.) align in the same locations as the iPad Air? I'm hoping to be able to use my old leather smart case (which is no longer manufactured) for this iPad if I decide to buy it.
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Hier ist eine Vorschau, wie die Grafik aussehen wird:
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