Using the iPad Pro in Portrait
If you take a moment to think back to the first iPad, you might remember Apple shipping a keyboard stand accessory for it. Macworld has an entire article about it, but the important part was that the stand only held the iPad in portrait orientation. I think that broke a lot of people’s minds at the time, mine included.
Many people speculated of iPads with dock connectors on both portrait and landscape — seems like such stupid speculation now, but at the time a lot of people would have put money on that happening. With the iPad Pro and the Smart Keyboard Cover, Apple changed things: making an iPad keyboard which only works in landscape.
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