iPad Pro Apple Pencil carrying case

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by ausimo, Apr 2, 2017.

  1. ausimo macrumors newbie

    ausimo

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  2. Plips71755 macrumors newbie

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    Why are you advertising on this forum? And after much searching and looking and testing a few...your pencil case doesn't solve the issues anymore than the other 50-100 other pencil cases being made. I don't want pencil cases which are easy to pull or slip off the front or rear of iPad case nor have to hunt and search for like a ink pen. See my reply in original question to issues and how I have tried to solve without much luck. Your case, like the others has you searching in the bottom of your bag to find it - anyone with stylus or just looking for a pen, know that frustration. It is apparent to me that you haven't reasearched the market to see what is out there and are trying to get folks to give you money for something already out there and doesn't solve the issue plus you are plugging on the forum - not good. I'm assuming when the pencil isn't in the case, the case holds the tiny cap and charging adapter. Hopefully, you made it large enough to hold the adapter when the pencil is back in the case. Your video didn't address any issues other than you can stick the pencil in it. There are millions of other non Apple Pencil items to hold it in your bag or purse from a paper or plastic quart/gallon baggy to specialty custom pen boxes to home made fabric zippered cases for it. What is needed is a lightweight case (under 5-6 ozs) that protects the entire iPad, and contains the pencil inside the case plus has a separate closeable cover in pencil storage area to contain the slippery tiny little pencil cap and charging adapter. Though not perfect, STM Dux has an inside pencil storage and I use Apple Pencil Cozy to keep tiny parts together (see my reply) but case and cozy don't work together and it's heavy though extremely protective.
     
  3. ausimo thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I have done my research. I conducted a survey and found that a majority of people charge their Apple Pencil via iPad (not using the adapter). So I made the design decision to make the product more compact by not making room for the adapter, which would also be another piece that can be potentially lost. I have considered making an all in one iPad/Pencil case but I am currently limited in manufacturing knowledge to produce that type of product.
     

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