It will do that if your headboard design supports it, however, there are a couple of other options, previously reviewed, that you may find work better for that particular task. The EZ-Flex Holder: http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/review/patia-accessoriess-ez-flex-holder-hands-free-reading-for-ipads and the Akron Table Mount: http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/review/patia-accessoriess-ez-flex-holder-hands-free-reading-for-ipads are both worthy of your view. I have used both very successfully on my headboard.
Of all the iPad stands that I have either reviewed or seen, I think this one most closely meets the needs you have outlined. It is extremely sturdy and flexible and does indeed allow you to focus your screen at eye level. It folds up nicely and the inclusion of both a back and a smart cover means you don't have to carry along any other cases. I don't hesitate at all to recommend it. I don't recall reviewing any other stands that offered this particular feature. Before publication I searched the Internet to see if anyone carried it at…
Eolake, I have reviewed several of their bags and agree that they are topnotch, but we like to cover all kinds and all price points.
No, this book is really useful because so many people are buying Macs and want to get the most out of them. If you spent time learning new stuff instead of trolling you would understand that.
The answer to your question mactoid, is best presented with an image, so I addressed it anew in my personal blog which you can find here: http://macnancy.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=1410&action=edit&message=1
Great tip Jeff. Thanks.
There is another grand bit of great stupidity from Mr. Cohen's article Bryan. He suggests making Sir Jony Ive CEO - Sir Jony who, according to published articles that I have read, has no background in this area, who is a creative genius, and who who probably would never enjoy being the CEO. From my own experience of being CEO on a very modest scale, you either thrive on it or it burns you out. Why in the world would Sir Jony even want to take on such a job when it is obvious from listening to him talk about…
Right on John. And it is not just lazy or incompetent writers. Even ambulance chasing lawyers try to get into the act. This morning I received an email from a "law firm" spouting things like "the court's rationale suggests", wanting to help me write a story about how "Apple is doomed, doomed I say". Needless to say, any future correspondence from these good folks will go directly into the trash.
Excellent tip Melissa. Here is a variation on it that some people may need. When I build my schedule for Macworld all the appointments are PT, but until I get there, my calendar is still set to CT. To help with scheduling I add the actual time to the front of the name of the event, i.e. "1 pm Dataviz". That way I can tell at a glance what times are actually taken or free because the correct time shows up in the calendar window. Keeps me from double booking.
Hi Scott. Note taken. My wonderful high school English teacher would have marked me down a letter grade for that one.