Perhaps there's a way around this. I understand from other themes, like http://themes.premitheme.com/?theme=fullscene
the replicate the hovering experience in a browser, co iPad user have to tap twice on a menu for this to reveal its content (first tap as in hovering), then tap twice (as to select the content).
I'm sure you guys could find a way to replicate the same with the Angular theme.
In my case when I access my site (http://bit.ly/Ljcyym) on an iPad, and I click on an item in my portfolio, the little coloured bottoms on the top left hand side and the 2 arrows on the top right side of the item, simple disappear. This leaves the user with no clue as to know if there's further pages to look at.
Additionally when I access my site on the iPhone and tap into any work, the resulting lightbox suddenly stinks to a minimum and enlarging buttons pile up on top of each, therefore making it all but impossible to look anything properly.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.