So equipped, Hoyer’s iPhone 3GS was easily accessible, and the screen could be adjusted simply and quickly for the best viewing angle and to reduce glare. This permitted use of compass and navigation/GPS apps, and even allowed Hoyer to screen calls as they came in (over a Bluetooth headset, of course, further disturbing the time/space continuum). If the Triumph were 12 volts (it’s only 6, at best!), a power adaptor could be fitted because the iPhone’s input plug is accessible between the rubber bands (as is the earphone jack). The volume and other buttons are hard to operate between the bands, though. And the iPhone’s touch screen really isn’t amenable to gloved hands, which is no fault of the bracket.