Twelve South Launches BookBook Vol. 2 Case For 2018 iPad Pro

Twelve South is a name that has been part of the Apple accessory game for many years at this point, and it’s one of the most popular around. Its BookBook leather bound case has been as huge a hit as any, and now the company is out with a refreshed version for the new iPad Pro.

The BookBook Vol. 2 for iPad Pro is a new design that takes the powerful iPad and turns it into something that looks, unsurprisingly, like a book. It’s gorgeous, and words don’t really do this thing justice. It doesn’t just look great, though – it’s capable as well.

To help keep your pride and joy safe, there’s a new hard shell that will withstand bumps and falls more readily, and there’s a place to keep your Apple Pencil while it’s charging as well. That’s not something all iPad Pro cases offer, and it’s great to see it here.

If you’re a true road warrior, you’ll enjoy the area for storing documents and even a small Bluetooth keyboard, ensuring you have everything you need when you’re on the move.

BookBook vol. 2 for iPad Pro is a hand-crafted leather case that doubles as a viewing stand and typing wedge exclusively for iPad Pro. A built-in shell securely holds your iPad Pro while showcasing the Liquid Retina edge to edge display. BookBook for iPad Pro also includes storage space for your Apple Pencil so you can keep track of it while charging on-the-go.

The TwelveSouth BookBook Vol. 2 for iPad Pro is a great addition to any iPad Pro setup, and you can order one today. It’s available in two sizes, with the 11-inch costing $90 and the 12.9-inch setting buyers back a cool $100. If you want the ultimate in style and like your leather bound books, you’re going to want this wrapped around your iPad Pro.

Buy: Twelve South BookBook Vol 2 for 11 inch iPad Pro: $89

Buy: Twelve South BookBook Vol 2 for 12.9 inch iPad Pro: $99

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