Fortunately this drop resulted in minor damage to this corner of my iPad and the upper left corner. No screen damage, no functional damage.
It is also fortunate I was the one in our family to drop it, I am guessing one of my kids (who also use it constantly at home) would be more upset than I was. I had the iPad in my padded “Incase” case, but it wasn’t zipped closed and it slid out as I got in the car this morning.
Lesson learned: Always have the iPad in its case whenever transporting it, and make sure the case is zipped closed!
– Posted using BlogPress from my iPad (Photo via my iPhone, Pixelpipe and Flickr)
Location:E 2nd St,Edmond,United States
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