Smart Folio for 11-inch iPad Pro - White

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  • Overview

    The Smart Folio for the 11-inch iPad Pro model offers protection for both the front and back. It also provides open-to-wake and close-to-sleep functionality.

    What’s in the Box

    Smart Folio

  • iPad Models

  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
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    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Dissapointing

      I’m usually happy to pay the extra for official Apple cases because everything just works perfectly. However having taken delivery of this folio today I was lef I’m usually happy to pay the extra for official Apple cases because everything just works perfectly. However having taken delivery of this folio today I was left dissapointed. When the case is closed and also being used as a stand the case looks great. However when holding the iPad with the case folded over, it creates a sharp edge all the way round the back edge of the iPad. I have ended up taking this case off after an hour of use as it makes holding the iPad uncomfortable. (When case-less, the new Ipad has been my favourite to hold yet). Also the case doesn’t have the usual imprinted Apple logo on the rear, not a big deal but leaves me feeling that the quality standards have slipped and the prices keep going up. This is the first Apple product I’m going to return and I’ll hold out and see what magnetic cases 3rd party companies come up with in the coming weeks.

      • Written by David P from BASINGSTOKE

      69 of 74 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Dissapointing

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      White stays white!

      I wanted to take the time to write a review addressing something I was concerned about, but couldn’t find any feedback online—whether or not the white folio wou I wanted to take the time to write a review addressing something I was concerned about, but couldn’t find any feedback online—whether or not the white folio would stay white, and if it got dirty easily. I also want to address other comments from people, including; the edges being too sharp, the material quality/feel, and the price point. “Does it stay white?” Yes. And surprisingly well. To be fair, I’ve only had this for a little over a week, so I cannot confirm if it fades over time (other reviews of Apple white cases/folios say they don’t), however, this thing is remarkably good at resisting dirt. I’m really not sure how, but it does not pick up dirt, and if it t a mark, it cleans off very easily. “Are the edges too sharp?” Yes and no. Yes, because they can feel sharp when you’re holding it with the folio case folded closed on type iPad’s back. But you have to trust that this will dull over time, because it does. This is no longer a concern of mine either. “Does the material feel weird? / It seems way too expensive.” Valid question and concern. I’ll answer these both in the same response. No, it doesn’t feel weird or cheap, in my opinion. This thing isn’t leather. It’s a synthetic material that Apple engineered and almost certainly has patented because it’s so durable and unique feeling. It has a matte finish and the suede on the inside feels incredibly soft. This case is designed remarkably well and is a result of many improvements after learning from generations of iPad cases. The way this folio cover effortlessly attaches to the back of the iPad and aligns perfectly every time, is a testament to how well this product was designed alongside the iPad. The bottom line is that you’re getting a premium product for a premium price. If you can afford it, it’s unlikely that you’ll dislike it after getting used to it. Highly recommended, especially in white!

      • Written by Matthew K from Eugene

      49 of 54 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?White stays white!

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Best folio for iPad Pro out there.

      While the iPad Pro folio seems overpriced at $79, I have to say it's the one that really executes best when snapping with the magnets. I bought some cheap folio While the iPad Pro folio seems overpriced at $79, I have to say it's the one that really executes best when snapping with the magnets. I bought some cheap folios on Amazon to save some money, but they just didn't feel the same, nor executed as well when snapping to the magnets. The iPad Pro folio would be a better buy at $59, but many cheap cases don't compare in quality. I'd say go for it if you can get it at a lower price somewhere else since its worth it.

      • Written by Francisco G from Coral Gables

      21 of 26 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Best folio for iPad Pro out there.

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      I love it

      I'm not sure why this case gets negative review. If you are a carefree person who does not treat your devices with care then maybe this is not the case for you I'm not sure why this case gets negative review. If you are a carefree person who does not treat your devices with care then maybe this is not the case for you. On the other hand if you are very meticulous and for the most part your iPad goes in a bag or backpack you should be fine. I love the style and function. Almost perfect.

      • Written by Ray B from Cibolo

      Is this review useful?I love it

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Wrinkles

      The material is not durable at all. It's sides and corners will wrinkle in the first few weeks, do not buy guys

      • Written by 智彰 邓 from Kirkland

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Wrinkles

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Very Questionable Decision for Apple to Release such a Product..

      I recently purchased this in white from Best Buy, and plan on returning it. The case feels so flimsy and cheaply made, it is ridiculous. I don't know how Apple I recently purchased this in white from Best Buy, and plan on returning it. The case feels so flimsy and cheaply made, it is ridiculous. I don't know how Apple could intentionally release this product, and I find their decision to do so, and some of the reviews above, questionable. This case, at best, would prevent scratches on the back while in use. At best it would prevent scratches on the front while not in use. if you were to drop your iPad or, perhaps worse, drop something on the iPad, I'd have no faith in this case preventing critical damage to the ipad. At best you would escape a drop / accident with a $500 bill to replace the screen. At best. Stay away. I'll try the folio keyboard, because the 10.5 smart keyboard cover has endured so well since owning that device.

      • Written by Kyle M from Livermore

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Very Questionable Decision for Apple to Release such a Product..

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