If you are like many iPad users out there, you undoubtedly have been through your fair share of protective cases. From plastic shells and sticky silicone back covers to cheap and gimmicky faux leather models, there are so many options but few quality products.
And then there is MacCase.
“The Pinnacle of Apple Portable Protection” is the motto at MacCase. In a time of cheap and replaceable tablet protection, MacCase products are built to endure. In 1998, the company created the Apple-specific case market with its case for the original iBook. In a world of boring black boxes, this design crashed a wave of color and style over the then PC-only offerings.
Shortly after, MacCase introduced a cutting-edge sleeve. It went on to become one of the most popular computer accessories of the time. As word spread throughout the Apple community, the little line of nylon Mac cases and sleeves grew to include messenger bags, backpacks, slings, and briefcases.
Fast-forward to today, and MacCase is offering a broad range of products in both nylon and leather. These include sleeves, bags, cases, and backpacks for both the iPad and MacBook Pro. It is their 2020 iPad Leather Folio Cases that are finding their way to desks and workspaces of professionals and creatives across the globe.
The 2020 line of leather iPad Folio cases offers a unique combination of timeless design and proven engineering. The premium, vegetable-dyed, ultra-soft hides are not only sleek and stylish but provide real-world protection for your 12.9-inch or 11-inch Apple tablet. Each case is handcrafted with contrasting white stitching that highlights the product’s world-class quality.
A polymer tray is used to hold your Apple tablet securely in the case and provides further protection against impacts while being virtually invisible. The 70-degree viewing angle adjustability, coupled with the cover’s ability to fold back like a magazine, gives you complete functionality for any situation. Moreover, the case is designed to protect the Apple Pencil from being lost when in the charging position.
Perhaps the most innovative part of the overall design is the Magnetic Accessory System. This allows the user to easily add or remove up to four different custom accessories designed to expand functionality, add storage, and additional protection.
The most popular of these options is the Apple Pencil holder. It’s perfect for those looking for a safe and secure place to store and transport their stylus with their Apple tablet. The cable pouch is excellent for keeping all your cables, adapters, and earbuds safe and clean, and the paper holder is suitable for holding up to 8 sheets when you need to take those quick notes. A small holder for business cards completes the suite.
One of the most satisfying aspects of the new 2020 12.9 iPad Pro Leather Case is the quality that can be experienced every time you touch the case. The exterior leather is padded in a way that is reminiscent of the steering wheel of a high-end luxury sedan. There is substance to each case that is woefully missing in the plethora of less expensive options.
In a time where many are working from home, having the professional aesthetics of being back at the office can provide a positive, psychological boost. A MacCase 2020 iPad Pro case in their rich, vintage brown hide could be the perfect complement to your beautiful wooden work desk. Or maybe pair that glass workspace with their classic, pebble-grain 12.9-inch or 11-inch Black Folio.
The company has iPad cases in a variety of sizes going back several generations, including 12.9-inch, 11-inch, and 10.2-inch. They also have folios compatible with Apple’s Smart Keyboard and pure keyboard covers.
If you are tired of buying case after case and are ready for a premium protection experience for your Apple devices, then take a look at www.mac-case.com. They offer a wide array of covers, sleeves, bags, and other accessories for all your Apple needs.
Also, do not forget to visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FanMacCase.
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