• Did you order new AirTags? We've opened a dedicated AirTags forum.

KhunJay

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Sep 16, 2013
363
111
Yes its light and a great device and i use it without any case or guard.

But im getting cramped fingers from holding it ....i use it for abt 30 min and my fingers get locked and painful...lol.

Anyone else have the same problem and did you manage to overcome it?
 

Night Spring

macrumors G5
Jul 17, 2008
13,165
6,229
How are you holding it, exactly? I don't think I actually hold my iPad, I mostly rest it on my lap.
 
Comment

GGJstudios

macrumors Westmere
May 16, 2008
44,465
833
Yes its light and a great device and i use it without any case or guard.

But im getting cramped fingers from holding it ....i use it for abt 30 min and my fingers get locked and painful...lol.

Anyone else have the same problem and did you manage to overcome it?
LOL! A device can't give you arthritis. Holding an iPad won't give you RSI or CTS, either, unless you're holding it in an odd position. ("You're holding it wrong!") I do have arthritis in my hands and CTS, and using an iPad gives me relief, compared to working so much on the computer keyboard.
 
Comment

easy-peasy

macrumors regular
Jan 31, 2014
155
0
I hope the OP never has to hold a book or bring in groceries.

p.s. you could get a keyboard stand (like the Logitech ultrathin BT keyboard) so you don't have to hold the iPad up.
 
Comment

Charliebird

macrumors 6502a
Mar 10, 2010
838
90
I had the same issue so I went with a rMini. The rMini was a big improvement for my wrist and fingers. Unfortunately my eyes aren't so happy now. God I'm getting old.
 
Comment

darngooddesign

macrumors G4
Jul 4, 2007
10,349
1,061
Atlanta, GA
Yes its light and a great device and i use it without any case or guard.

But im getting cramped fingers from holding it ....i use it for abt 30 min and my fingers get locked and painful...lol.

Anyone else have the same problem and did you manage to overcome it?

I find that folding the Smart Cover into a triangle and putting it behind my Mini makes it more comfortable to hold.
 
Comment

KhunJay

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Sep 16, 2013
363
111
I try to rest it on my lap now and it helps a bit.
 
Comment

BittenApple

macrumors 65816
Nov 29, 2008
1,022
584
"You're holding it wrong"

Sometimes I get iPad fatigue holding my Mini. But I think it has to do with me gripping at it tightly since its slippery and light.
 
Comment

maflynn

Moderator
Staff member
May 3, 2009
67,848
35,320
Boston
Try to build up your forearm muscles and take breaks - it sounds like RSI to this anonymous untrained internet person.
 
Comment
Register on MacRumors! This sidebar will go away, and you'll see fewer ads.