OtterBox Symmetry Series Case for 10.5-inch iPad Air and iPad Pro
Lightweight and clear, the OtterBox Symmetry Series case superbly safeguards your iPad Air or iPad Pro. It easily pops on your iPad and protects from drops, dings, and scratches. The case's spine removes to accommodate your Smart Keyboard or Smart Cover and there's a convenient holder for an Apple Pencil. The clear material also makes it easy to see asset tags on the back of your iPad.
Ultra-slim design follows the precision lines of your iPad
Clear back displays your iPad while protecting from drops and scratches
Micro texture deflects scratches and scuffs
Removable spine allows easy attachment of a Smart Keyboard or Smart Cover
Built-in loop secures your Apple Pencil, so you always know where it is
What’s in the Box
OtterBox Symmetry Series Case
Form Factor : Snap On
Material : Hard Plastic, Silicone
Height : 10.18 in./25.85 cm
Width : 7.16 in./18.18 cm
Depth : 0.49 in./1.24 cm
Weight : 5.6 oz./158.76 g
Mfr. Part Number : 77-55865
UPC or EAN No. : 660543418993
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Answers from the community
Is this compatible with both the smart keyboard and the smart cover? Can the cover and the keyboard be on at the same time?
- Asked by Allyson S from Wolcottville
- on 18 Feb 2018
This case is compatible with both the smart keyboard and the smart cover. Due to their nature you ca This case is compatible with both the smart keyboard and the smart cover. Due to their nature you can only use the smart keyboard or the smart cover and not both at the same time since they both occupy the smart connector; though this is not a problem as the smart keyboard itself acts as a smart cover. There is not a need for a smart cover so long as you have the smart keyboard.
- Answered by Christopher S from bastrop
- on 30 May 2018