Smart cover for ipad 2

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  1. sunnyjim

    sunnyjim iPF Noob

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    Hi, just picked up the smart cover for my ipad 2, the cover is brilliant but annoying, as the cover does not sit flat all the way across the ipad screen!

    Any suggestions on how to get the smart cover to have a snug fit?
     
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    sjleworthy Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It does. Sounds like you've not got it fitted correctly. The spine is probably folded over.
     
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    Fuzzy side facing the glass smooth side out.


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
     
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    How far off of flat is it?
    It will break-in and sit flatter over time.
     
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    You guys should definitely check out the CueTab Case (cuetab.com); it's the best all-in-one case for an affordable price and made in America!
     
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    Thanks for your advice guys, i realised that i didn't place it on the ipad properly,

    It fits perfect now :)
     
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    Can you stand the iPad horizontally rather than vertically?

    Sent from my jailbroken iPad2 using iPF
     
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    if you stick it in the microwave for 2mins on defrost setting,cover will then be flexable and fit properly.hope this helps.
     
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    Gabriel1 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm not certain that putting anything metallic in a microwave is a good idea!

    The Archangel
     
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    skimonkey Administrator Staff Member

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    Seriously? That woud not be recommended! Metal/Microwave--not advised.
     
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    why do i have [ipf nob ] below my name ?.
     
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    Hi Geo...that indicates the number of posts you have done. You need 7 more to become a IPF Novice, but your answers need to be more than one word.

    Keep chipping away, and you will see your User Title change.

    That's one of the fun things about this forum !:)
     

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