Phones, kindles, laptops, iPods, cameras, and other electronics have a temperature range usually of 0º and 35º C (32º to 95º F). They can usually be stored at 0º and 35º C (32º to 95º F). High heat in a car can go from 60 to 100 degrees. In triple digit weather the dashboard can be hot enough to grill chicken and burgers. Other things not to leave in a hot car are makeup, crayons, food, drinks, and anything that cannot stand high heat. Don’t risk loosing your travel memories when your electronic device or camera is fried. Be vigilant about the sun as I have seen kids in strollers covered with sunscreen and shade but some part of their body has bright sun on the baby. People set their camera down for a few minutes and come back to find a fried camera. Ipods are more sensitive to heat at the sun beats down on their case which is the Ipod’s means of cooling itself.
Higher ambient temperature can lead to a dim or black screen, a warning about cooling your device, refusal to charge, loss of camera flash, and weak radio signals. Higher ambient temperature conditions and activities that …read more