Kickstarter is a great way to fund new and exciting projects as well as raise capital for that ‘billion dollar’ idea of yours. A new project tagged under the “iPhone” category is rather interesting. Biblio aims to provide handmade felt sleeve cases for the iPhone, iPad and Macbook that will help your device stay safe and also make you feel rather charming when you take out your device. Read More
Many people own iDevices and other products that are beloved to them, and the last thing they’d want is to have one or more stolen from them. MacBook Pros have slots to keep them locked down, a safety feature, but what about the iPad? Griffin has announced their TechSafe Case that will help you lock down your iPad to keep it protected from theft. Read More
If you really want to maintain the slimness of your iPad, and still want to protect the back of your device from scratches, the BodyGuardz Armor Carbon Fiber might be useful. Created by BodyGuardz, this case/sticker provides protection to the back of your device. Read More
The ‘Nude’ case series from SwitchEasy for iPad 2 simply helps you protect the back of your device without adding any bulk to it. It helps users keep their iPad 2 safe and at the same time experience the thinness of the device. The case comes in six gorgeous colors, and is only 1.8 mm thick. Nude for iPad 2 only covers the back portion of the device, and leaves all ports open for access. Read More
The iPad 2 is nearly out of stock globally. The demand for the tablet is enormous, and case manufacturers do not want to miss this boat. Proporta has come up with a number of unique cases designed specifically for the iPad 2. These cases are well-designed and will help you protect your thin and magical device. Read More
Proporta’s Maya II Pouch is a sleek and well-designed sleeve for the iPad. You just need to slide your iPad in and the sleeve would protect it. The case does not add any bulk to the device overall and the leather feels absolutely incredible.
When Steve Jobs was announcing the new iPod nano with multi-touch, he said that one of the board members within Apple was planning to use the device as a wrist watch. While Apple does not supply a case that would turn the iPod nano into a wrist watch, the case manufacturers certainly knew that this was the market they should be targeting.