Apple’s latest iPad Pro The model is an iteration of the design in 2018-slim, modern and stylish. They are easy to carry with you in your daily life, but they really benefit from taking a box on them. First, it makes them more grip and protects its expensive fuselage from random impacts. However, if you want to use the tablet for media consumption and different types of work at the same time, you need to support the tablet often. Therefore, the case is necessary.
Apple Smart Folio
Apple’s Smart Folios may be a bit…expensive, but they are really good. It uses many magnets in both iPad Pro and Folio, which can be easily opened and closed on the tablet, and it is also very satisfactory to use. Few third-party vendors provide the same experience, which is why the Smart Folio is still one of the best packaging for the iPad-working as expected by the device. The front three-fold flip allows you to support the iPad at two different angles — standing or slightly off the plane.
Surphy Magnetic Case
If you find that Apple’s Smart Folio is expensive, then the Surphy case is basically a copy of it (including the magnet and the three-fold flip), and the price is about one-third of it. Therefore, if you are willing to give up quality assurance, you can save some cash.
Spigen smart folding
Spigen Smart Fold is an excellent simple case, looks very much like Apple’s own Smart Folio, but the price is much cheaper. Like the original, it has a 3-fold flip on the front, allowing you to support the iPad at two different angles. However, it is not magnetically attached to the iPad-this is a situation where the iPad must be wrapped, just like in the old caveman era before 2018. But hey, it’s cheaper and it’s Spigen quality. Also, don’t worry about the wraparound frame, it has a big notch and still allows you to attach the Apple Pen to the iPad Pro and charge it.
The Zugu Alpha case has a stylish folder design with a leather finish. It can be supported at a total of 8 angles and is equipped with magnets to fix the iPad in an upright position. From scratch, it can even stick to the refrigerator. A pretty good all-around case, suitable for multiple usage scenarios, and adds a lot of protection at the cost of a large significant cost.
The origami design of this phone is cool. It is a protective cover with a strong magnetic cover that can be folded into three different styles to support the iPad Pro in landscape, portrait or lying mode. Its flip magnet is very strong, you can also fix the tablet on a vertical metal surface, such as a refrigerator. The rear of the housing is not magnetic and is of the “surround frame” type. In other words, you must click the classic iPad.
Ok, this may not be the most beautiful situation, but this Targus can add more protection to your fragile iPad Pro. If you happen to be very active with your tablet in your backpack, or if you consider yourself a member of the Butterfinger family, please consider this option here. Support multiple angles of landscape and portrait support.
Otterbox Symmetry 360
It may be a little expensive, but this Otterbox allows you to show off the Apple logo with a completely transparent back. It should also have some Otterbox durability to withstand accidental drops. It has a three-folding flap that can be fixed in place by a separate magnetic hatch to make the front look more classic.
The Speck case has a folder-like design with thick padding, which can add more protection to the iPad Pro while still looking stylish. It even hides the camera behind a magnetic door, very neat. At the time of writing, it seems that only 11-inch models are in stock, but the 12.9-inch version is “coming soon.”
Case-Mate Pelican Traveler
Urban armor UAG
This is another popular brand, Urban Armor, which expands your choice in rugged cases. Again, this is a rather aggressive design, and you can even present some abrupt appearance in color. It covers the front and back of the iPad and has military grade rated drop protection. Similarly, due to the nature of the protective case, the Apple Pencil is placed separately from the iPad. With its double folding cover, it can still be supported.