When I first got my iPhone 5, I was desperate for a dock. As time has passed, and as the iPhone has picked up a few scratches and dents, I find I don’t really care anymore whether the phone is docked or not when it charges.
And I expect I’ll soon be saying the same about my new iPad mini. But that doesn’t mean I don’t need a place to prop it, especially when watching movies. Which is why I’m pretty impressed by Swedish Peter’s Ikea hack, which turns the Ribba picture ledge into a tablet stand.
Every home needs a coffee table. Preferably, something that looks good without being a cheap piece of junk that you’d find at Ikea. If you’re in the market for a new coffee table, and happen to be a huge Apple fan, you can buy this gem for $600, or just make it yourself.
Each table is made out of 70% of reclaimed materials, so it’s good for the environment and individually hand-crafted so your living room will feel extra special.
Remember the IKEA cardboard camera that popped up in a Milan press goody-bag last week? It turns out that it was actually a thing — IKEA is billing it as the “world’s cheapest digital camera,” and it should be going on sale in the Swedish giant’s labyrinthine stores soon.
The instructions on this camera look easier to follow than the usual IKEA manuals
Is IKEA getting into the camera market? After all, it already announced that it’s going to sell TVs. Or is this cardboard camera just another piece of set dressing, like the fake books, fake computers and fake meatballs found in the Swedish giant’s labyrinthine stores?