Removable Case for iPad Pro 9.7 2016

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  1. JT3Jon, Mar 19, 2018
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    JT3Jon macrumors member

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    Can anyone recommend an iPad case for the 9.7 iPad Pro that can be removed daily and hold up?

    I used a Targus 3D Protection on my old iPad Air 2, and it worked well for my purposes - good protection when away from my desk/work, comes off easily to be put into my work desk setup. Held up well over the years. Unfortunately, though it fits my new ipad Pro 9.7, its not ideal - flash on back of ipad is blocked my material, magnet close does not work on ipad pro, material blocking 2nd set of speakers, etc.

    Thanks in advance for any recommendations you can provide. Really appreciate it!
     
  2. JT3Jon thread starter macrumors member

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    Anyone who finds this thread, in my limited best buy research it looks like most of Targus line, the part that holds the ipad is made out of flexible material, not hard cases that will crack if removed frequently. This is also true of the UAG's line as well. I personally went with the UAG as it felt better in my hands and sounded better than the Targus. The Targus's "curved sound openings" make the ipad sound distorted to me vs just having openings for the sound like in the UAG.

    Hope this helps someone.
     
  3. mofunk macrumors 68020

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    I would have went with the Poetic Slimline. I've seen a few UAG cases and I like the feel, not the look. However I would recommend them to someone looking for a durable case similar to an Otterbox.

    Targus cases/brand looks very business, office like. If you like that style then fine. But I feel that they don't last long. Their materials don't feel too durable.
     
  4. E3BK macrumors 68030

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    I'm interested in this too. I think the Smart Keyboard isn't compatible since the new iPad doesn't support that connection.
     

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