Twelve South Products & the New iPad

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Twelve South and the new iPad

Twelve South, makers of some excellent accessories for iPad and Mac, have sent out an email with their New iPad Product Compatibility Report. The report offers a full rundown of which of their products will work with the new iPad (the vast majority) and which require an update.

Here’s the quick summary:

What works now with the New iPad.
• BookBook for iPad
• PlugBug
• BookArc for iPad
• Compass
 
What needs updating for the New iPad.
• HoverBar

Their HoverBar adjustable arm desktop mount for the iPad 2 is not compatible with the new iPad – as I mentioned the other day in my post about iPad 2 accessories and the new iPad.

Here are the details on the HoverBar and the new iPad:

… However, HoverBar for iPad 2 is not currently compatible with the New iPad (3rd generation). An updated HoverBar for iPad, as well as a stand-alone 3rd generation iPad clip for existing HoverBar owners, will be available for purchase soon. Click here and sign up if you would like to be notified the moment the updated HoverBar / New iPad HoverBar clip is ready.

I did a review of the HoverBar last month, and I’m very fond of it. I’ve submitted my email at the above-mentioned link and I’m looking forward to getting the new clip that will work with the new iPad.

Twelve South make top quality accessories for the iPad, so it’s great to see that most of their line is already compatible with the new iPad and that the HoverBar will be soon.


Patrick Jordan

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4 thoughts on “Twelve South Products & the New iPad”

  1. Paragraph after the summary:

    “Their HoverBar adjustable arm desktop mount for the iPad 2 is not compatible with the iPad 2 – as I mentioned the other day in my post about iPad 2 accessories and the new iPad.”

    HUH?

    1. Sorry, what part of that is causing you to say huh? It’s not compatible with the new iPad and I did mention that in the linked post, not sure what your question here is.

  2. Oh jeez – thanks sonia and Rob – no idea why I was blind to that. It’s corrected now to say it’s not compatible with the new iPad.

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