The best iPad Pro 12.9 (2020) cases

The iPad has been morphing into a laptop for some time, but the new iPad Pro is the first of Apple’s legendary range of tablets to really get there. It’s an absolutely stunning piece of work, and it means the iPad Pro 12.9 is finally the laptop substitute Apple has always wanted it to be — and even if you’re not a fan of the Magic Keyboard, there’s a wealth of other iPad Pro keyboards to pick from.To get more news about iPad Pro 12.9 case 2021, you can visit esrgear official website.

But all the productivity features in the world won’t matter a jot if your iPad Pro slips off the desk and meets a grim ending on the hardwood floor. If that happens to your iPad, you’ll wish you’d kitted it out with a handy protective case to keep it safe, and — more often than not — add a handy kickstand to turn your productive iPad into the perfect Netflix machine. Here are some of the best iPad Pro 12.9 (2020) cases to keep your iPad Pro in one piece. We’ve also found the best iPad deals if you’re looking for savings.
For those on a budget, the ESR Rebound case is a great pick. It’s one of the only cases on our list to offer full edge protection while still allowing you to sync and charge your Apple Pencil, and it has individual cutouts for each speaker and integrated button covers that provide a pleasingly clicky sound when depressed. Your iPad is protected in a flexible TPU shell with trifold cover, and while it’s not the most protective case out there, it is slim and light, and will set you back under $20, making it a great budget-conscious buy.

Prefer your iPad case on the quirky side? This notebook-style cover from Soke not only looks the part, it also keeps your iPad protected thanks to its soft TPU shell, microfiber lining, and PU leather exterior. You can choose from six colors, but the classic black is our pick. There’s a built-in holder for the Apple Pencil, magnetic closures to activate sleep/wake mode, and a choice of stand positions for typing or hands-free viewing.

Otterbox is known for its high-quality cases, and the Symmetry Series folio case lets you show off your iPad’s design while providing serious protection. This slim TPU folio case has magnetic closures to activate sleep and wake mode and superior drop protection, keeping your iPad safe at home, at work, and on your commute. Its scratch-resistant design protects your iPad’s touchscreen while the cover folds easily to multiple angles for hands-free Netflix binges. We’d opt for the rich burgundy color, shown, but this case is also available in a black Starry Night design or a minimalist gray.

If you want to protect your Apple-branded tea tray, but also want to show it off, your options are somewhat limited. Thankfully, Poetic has stepped into the breach with the Lumos X. It’s made from completely clear TPU that provides protection that allows your iPad’s design to shine though. The flexible TPU has shock-absorbent qualities with additional corner protection, and a dedicated Apple Pencil slot to hold the Pencil securely in place while in charges. The cover has a tri-fold design, so you can place your iPad at two different angles, and it folds across the iPad to protect your screen while it’s not in use. It’s not the most protective case around, and not the most feature-rich, but it does its job well, and it’s available at an excellent price. A good option for the “stay at home” iPad Pro.

Apple’s Smart Folio may be a little simple for most, but it’s a classic for a reason. The Smart Folio is made from a single piece of polyurethane that extends around the front and back of your device, protecting it from a range of different threats. The front cover is a tri-fold, so it can be used to hold your iPad Pro in an upright position for watching videos, or at a lower angle for easier typing using the on-screen keyboard. It’ll automatically put your iPad to sleep when closed, and wake it up when you flip the cover back. As you’d expect from Apple, it’s made from high-quality materials — but does that excuse the price? It’s very expensive for what it is, and most people will probably avoid it for that reason. However, the Smart Folio is essential if you want a pure Apple experience.