...plus plenty more picks for the iPad Pro
This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features Portenzo’s handsome folios for your new iPad Pro, a snuggly sleeve, and a few keyboard cases. Read on!
The TekShell (iPad Pro; $36) features a multi-layered construction with a pop of red around the edges for stylish corner protection.
Slim and soft to the touch, the case sports a textured silicone finish for a better grip, supports multiple viewing angles in landscape orientation, and offers unobstructed access to the iPad’s ports and buttons.
The Hilson (iPad Pro; $60) is a folio case with a polycarbonate hard shell and waxed canvas exterior.
This case can be used as a stand for watching movies or reading the news, includes an interior pocket for your credit cards, accessories, and important documents, and comes with a handy holder for your Apple Pencil.
The Keyboard Stand Case (iPad Pro; $29) features a faux-leather cover with a microfiber interior for a complete protective solution.
More importantly, the case includes a detachable Bluetooth keyboard, doubles as a stand in landscape orientation with support for multiple viewing and typing angles, and is available in black, blue, purple, red, or white.
The Focus (iPad mini 4; $60) sports a smooth-gliding hinge that supports multiple standing angles in landscape orientation for hands-free use.
Available in black or purple, the case will keep your iPad safe from accidental bumps, scratches, and spills, and is compatible with the iPad’s sleep/wake feature.
Pad & Quill
The Oxford (iPad Pro; $130) features a folio design with an interior pocket that fits full-sized documents alongside your Apple Pencil.
This leather case features an ultra-soft interior that helps prevent scratches, a clean-release adhesive to hold your iPad Pro securely into place, and parachute-grade stitching designed to last for its lifetime. Available in two themes—whiskey and chestnut—the Oxford doubles as stand in landscape orientation and is compatible with Apple’s Smart Keyboard. The case is expected to begin shipping in January 2016.
As the name suggests, the Custom Hardback Case (iPad Pro; $60 to $100) can be fully personalized—both inside and out—for a one-of-a-kind look that fits your taste.
Made with a classic book-bound look, the folio case is compatible with the iPad Pro’s magnetic sleep/wake feature, and comes with an optional camera opening for the iPad’s rear-facing camera.
Inspired by outdoor backpacking gear, the Grid Slipcase (iPad Pro; $60) features a sturdy memory foam frame with reinforced corners.
Tested to withstand drops from up to four feet high, the Slipcase sports a soft lining that keeps your iPad Pro free of scratches, two zippered pockets for your accessories, and a removable shoulder strap for comfortable carrying.
The Sleeve (iPad Pro; $30) is a faux leather pouch with a nubuck fiber interior for extra protection.
The sleeve includes a magnetic closing flap, a small pocket for headphones or credit cards, and a large document compartment in the back for bigger items.
The Club (iPad Pro; $70) combines a rigid back shell with a front cover equipped with a sturdy magnetic closure.
The case includes a dedicated loop for your Apple Pencil, props your iPad Pro up in landscape orientation, and is compatible with the iPad Pro’s magnetic sleep/wake feature.
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