Newest iPad Cases This Week

| June 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

New iPad cases

This time, we bring you the latest and stylish ideas that may help you see your tablet in your desired look. It’s all about true leather and new trends. Let’s have a look at our new roundup of iPad cases.


patriot for iPad mini and iPad Air

The company’s SmartShell (price unavailable; iPad mini and iPad Air) combines an edge-to-edge safety together with a sturdy shell in order to keep your iPad safe from falls and bumps. There’s also a microfiber cover to give protection against scratches. The case is compatible with your tablet’s Sleep/Wake mode and can be doubled as a typing or viewing stand in the landscape orientation.


Fintie for iPad Air

The Leopard Brown ($30; iPad Air) is a folio-style case that offers an elegant look. It is compatible with your iPad’s magnetic Sleep/Wake mode and can be treated like a viewing stand in the landscape orientation. You can get it with different animal-inspired patterns including giraffe and zebra.


Case MateLooking for sophisticated design? The Textured Slim Folio ($25; iPad Air) features a microsuede interior and textured exterior to make sure your tablet won’t get affected during the daily vagaries of life. It can be doubled as a typing or viewing stand in the landscape orientation.


Incipio for iPad Air

The Capture ($90; iPad Air) combines a Dual-material construction for a solid protection against scratches and bumps. Its adjustable handle comes handy while you’re travelling. The case can be doubled as a viewing stand in the landscape orientation.


MoschinoThe Gennarino ($155; iPad 2/3/4) is prepared from a genuine rubber and includes a bear on the back side to attract kids. No need to worry about the scratches and falls as it brings you the solid protection. It features all the possible cutouts to ensure you’re using your iPad’s buttons, ports and camera.


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