We partnered with Pad & Quill for this week’s giveaway MacRumors A chance to win a high-quality case for the 11 or 12.9-inch iPad Pro models from 2018 and 2020. Pad & Quill makes some of the best leather and linen covers you can find on the market.
Pad & Quill makes a variety of cases for Apple’s modern iPad Pro models, most of which have folio designs that protect the front and back of the iPad and offer helpful viewing angles that also work with Apple’s Magic Keyboard.
The Oxford leather case for the “iPad Pro” is, for example, a folio case that is compatible with the Magic keyboard and can be used directly next to the Magic keyboard for protection, although it also works without a keyboard.
There’s enough space to charge the Apple Pencil 2 while the case is in place, and there’s an inside pocket for storing documents. When not in use, the case can be closed with an elastic strap and has a slim design that is made possible by the use of 3M adhesive.
We have tested various Pad & Quill cases for iPads over the years, and the adhesive technology that holds the “iPad” in place while reducing the bulk works well. There is a built-in horizontal display stand, which is ideal for watching videos, and an intelligent cover function that switches the “iPad” display on and off when opening and closing.
The Oxford leather bags are available in the colors chestnut, whiskey or black and each consist of a piece of American full-grain bridle leather, which develops a unique patina over time, while the inside is equipped with a soft leather that the “iPad” keeps safe from scratches. The 11-inch version of the Oxford costs $ 110, the 12.9-inch version $ 130.
For those who prefer sleeves in fabric style, Pad & Quill manufactures the Copertina Magic Case, another option that is compatible with the Magic Keyboard. It fits directly over the outside of the keyboard and offers an additional protective layer.
The Copertina Magic Case for the 11-inch PiPad Pro costs $ 100, while the 12.9-inch version costs $ 110. Both models are available in the colors linen gray or anthracite and have an archive cover made of thick buckram linen.
There is a multi-angle, self-supporting stand where films and other activities can be viewed, and there is space to charge the second generation “apple stick”. Like the Contega, the Copertina also has a slim design and an inside pocket option. For those who don’t have a Magic keyboard, Pad & Quill also makes the Contega Thin, which has the same keyboard, but has a slimmer profile that only works with the iPad..
Pad & Quill also offers some other iPad case options that are worth a look for those who prefer a different aesthetic, including the Aria (with Magic Keyboard support) and the cafe, and cases like the Oxford, which are for older iPad Models are suitable.
We have four iPad Pro cases to give away MacRumors Readers, with each winner choosing their favorite case in the size required for their “iPad Pro”. Use the Gleam.io widget below and enter an email address to enter our contest. Email addresses are used only for contact purposes to reach the winners and send the prizes. You can earn additional posts by subscribing to our weekly newsletter, subscribing to our YouTube channel, following us on Twitter, following us on Instagram or visiting them MacRumors Facebook site.
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