The company says that the testing is necessary not just for the new type of iPad but on every example and not just for rapid decompression but for electro-magnetic interference (EMI) too. To take the hassle out of the process, GlobalNavSource offers iPads for sale that it puts through the wringer before you take delivery. The cost is a few hundred dollars over Apple’s list price. GlobalNavSource also offers iPad accessories, too, including a TSO’ed power supply for it that lists for $1,059.85. The good news is that none of this is required for most Part 91 pilots like you and me. We can put the new iPad, however you choose to refer to it, to use right out of the box.