• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Great fitting case - BUT!

    • Written by Neil C from Stroud

    Bought this case 4 days ago, the case fits perfectly like you would expect from a flag ship brand like Otterbox. BUT it states in its listing and I quote “Clear, scratch-resistant case” sorry but it isn’t I haven’t even taken my iPad out of home yet and it already has marks on the back which looks shabby. You pay a premium price for these cases and I expect the quality to matchup. Not Happy Apple ☹️

    43 of 54 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Matthew C from Epsom

    Rubber surrounds don't fit entirely properly and seem to slightly protrude in places. The way the cover's attached to the case means that it never really properly lines up with the screen automatically, especially when folded behind during use - because of the plastic back it also doesn't magnetically 'stick' to the iPad like the apple cover does which can be a little annoying. The side part that protects the pencil also has no way of being pinned back when using the iPad so it just flaps about. For £80 I expected a heck of a lot better. Sent back immediately.

    23 of 26 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    OtterBox 👎

    • Written by Marilyn F from SIMPSONVILLE

    I was unable to press the buttons with the hard coating of plastic that covers them. I wish they would leave them visable and accessible.

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Caused my iPad Pro to lose touch feature intermittently

    • Written by Daran C from Rockford

    I bought this case and initially thought it was amazing. I like the general size and feel of it, the materials... the little flap that holds the pencil firmly against the iPad Pro... but the honeymoon ran out a couple weeks ago when I started experiencing an issue that I believe is caused solely by this case: certain areas of the screen simply stopped accepting touch gestures from time-to-time. No taps, no swipes, nothing. And then it would come back. And then go away again.

    I tried restarting, quitting all my apps, turning the screen around a number of times to see if the gyroscope needed a little reminder...
    but finally I tried taking my iPadPro out of the case and immediately all was cured. Honestly it also feels more responsive speed/animation wise. My guess is the magnets are interfering somehow, but it isn't my job to figure this out in its entirety.

    I DO have a screen protector on the screen to make it more matte and feel a bit more toothy (for drawing) than the original screen surface, but this is unrelated, as... again... popping the iPadPro out of this case fixed it immediately.

    8 of 13 people found this useful