To go along with Apple's newly announced iPhones, popular accessory maker Twelve South has also announced new cases to go with them. The Twelve South BookBook vol. 2 is available to pre-order now, although the SurfacePad for iPhone 11 is coming soon.
The iPad Air has been around for a good while now, and it was only ever going to be a matter of time before Twelve South - maker of the coveted BookBook case for iOS and MacBook devices - updated its range with a release tailored to the heavily-revamped tablet. Apple's decision to rehouse its full-sized slate in a similar design to the iPad mini has been greatly received by fans and commentators alike, and now, thanks to the release of the BookBook, you can give your shiny new iPad Air the kind of protection it deserves.
This holiday season and beyond, we’re going to be bringing you more hands-on reviews of the products you love, and whether you’re in the market for a new device, peripheral or accessory, we’ll be featuring many of the market essentials here at Redmond Pie. Now, the iPhone 5 is one of, if not the most sought-after gadget on the market at present, so what better place to start, we thought, than to get on the hunt for some of the most interesting, quirky and robust cases for the revered handset. Heading off the series of cases for the sixth-gen Apple smartphone is the BookBook from Twelve South.
A lot of companies dedicate their time and resources to protecting our treasured gadgets, and while there are countless different types available, Twelve South offer something quite unique. The company's BookBook cases not only protect your gadget from the everyday wear and tear, but also look distinctly like old books. Not only does this offer a vintage finesse rarely witnessed in this field, but it actually prevents would-be thieves from spotting your expensive device. Having released the BookBook for iPhone 5 a short while ago, Twelve South has come through with another for the iPad mini, and it looks just as good as the device itself!
Although Amazon's Kindle is widely regarded as the number one e-reading device, the iPad is a decent, albeit expensive alternative, and the Cupertino company's iPhone packs a Retina display making reading books and journals a relative doddle.