There’s a new iPad-comparable case on the town from Pad & Quill: a case for Apple’s newly launched Magic Keyboard, that is itself a $350 case on your iPad Pro. It’s called the Copertina, and it retails for $99.95. It seems somewhat bit just like the arduous quilt of a e-book; it is made, it sounds as if, from archival-quality buckram linen, that’s also used in bookbinding. it’s undeniably beautiful.
And but, its existence issues me. No Longer all instances are created equally; we grasp that exact truth to be self-evident. On The Other Hand, the question should be asked: why would you wish to have a case to go over a case?
Does the first case — which has an excessively great keyboard that necessarily turns your iPad Professional into a computer — not accurately offer protection to your thousand-greenback funding? Is the Copertina (Italian for “sleeve” or “protective jacket”) in simple terms aesthetic? Do aesthetics even topic now that you simply, iPad Pro / Magic Keyboard proprietor, are running from home? What are computers now, besides?
Pad & Quill’s Copertina doesn’t resolution any of those questions because it doesn’t have lips. i suspect the answers will likely be revealed in time.