Oct 04

The Need for Protecting Your iPad

Cracked iPadSo this is what can happen to an iPad. The backs are very slippery. I hadn’t planned to do it but it seems that purchasing some kind of silicone or rubber backing for the iPads would be a good investment.

It just slipped from the student’s hand and just happened to land on the corner of the foot of the computer table. Bad luck for sure.

And it ended up costing $300 to fix it! Almost not even worth it, huh?

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