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Etiquitte when using IPads

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I am not a frequent traveler so I figure that if this has happened to me more than twice, it could be an issue.

As a passenger I have been in the situation where another passenger, not necessarily next to me was using their IPad and the reflection on off the glass hit me directly in the eye, like a mirror or chrome off the sun. Since we are in a confined space, there is little to do about diverting the glare.

It seems to me that there should be some way to bring this situation to IPad using passenger's attention.

The most recent incident, I asked the passenger in the window seat to reposition his IPad, he shut the window instead and glared at me!

I don't think my request was unreasonable, considering I had been subjected to blinding flashes to light three times before I said anything.

Thoughts, ideas....

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