- Feb 18, 2004
Had Incipio's NGP case for my iPad 2 and didn't like the loose fit. Tried on my new iPad and it's nice and tight, perfect fit!
It was loose enough especially around dock connector area that I would inadvertently push the lip off with use. Yes the volume issue was present in iPad 2 which was a minor issue I had with it. In fact, the one I have is the 2nd version of the case where Incipio tried to fix that issue.You're right! Just went out and got one, sadly at Walmart. My local Target and Walmart had nothing iPad 3 related. Pretty good fit, volume control takes a pretty good press. How loose was it on the 2?
I don't think so, it's a tight fit but you can try. I'm not using a screen protector this time around. Can't bear to cover this retina display!I never replaced the "first version" of the iPad 2 NGP, where the volume rocker didn't quite line up. It actually made it easier to push the volume button, so I kept it.
Do you think the iPad 2 NGP case on the new iPad will still allow for a screen protector like Power Support to be used? I love how the NGP on the iPad 2 never dislodged my screen film.
That looks far more handsome than the Mercury one I bought. I do get annoyed with the lip flexibility but it's inherent. I am used to the Casecrown Glider cases on my Ipad 1 (too bad they don't make those for the 3...*sigh*).
I just bought the black ngp and the box states for new iPad and for iPad 2. The fitment is exact and the screen protector I have on now has zero issues with the ngp covering the edge of the iPad 3.Do you think the iPad 2 NGP case on the new iPad will still allow for a screen protector like Power Support to be used? I love how the NGP on the iPad 2 never dislodged my screen film.