Using iPad as a Grocery List… Stuck on a Refrigerator!

Apr 1, 2011 - Leave a Comment


You’ve seen the iPad 2 show off a childs fridge art, now the iPad is acting as a $500 grocery list, stuck magnetically on a refrigerator. Amazing use of this piece of technology. What’s next in the realm of innovation? Is there any other amazingly great things you can do with an iPad and it’s magnetic smart cover?

Never underestimate the power of magnets, and don’t forget that MacBooks can do goofy magnet tricks too.

By the way, if you weren’t sure how this is working and why it’s sticking, it’s because the iPad smart covers are built with magnets in them, and, yes, apparently you can stick those magnets to a refrigerator or similar metal surfaces. Should you? Probably not, but you can.

But, the iPad does make a great kitchen companion if you protect it in a plastic bag, and that’s a legitimately great way to use the iPad for recipes and cooking assistance.

The silly refrigerator stuck to the iPad picture comes to us from jrdn, thanks for the submission Carlos!

Sure, April Fools and all that… yea yea… just having some fun. But this could be useful, and perhaps a family or two will use the iPad as a grocery list on their refrigerator?


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Fun, iPad

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