Apple accessory maker Twelve South today brought BookBook, its hand-crated leather cases that resemble Harry Potter spell books, to the latest iPad Pro models released in 2018.

The redesigned BookBook Vol. 2 for the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models with Face ID, released in October 2018, features na integrated shall that holds your tablet securely in place along with some additional storage space for your Apple Pencil, an interior pocket for documents and a cutout on the back for the camera.

Like all BookBooks so far, this one keeps your device protected between two hardback covers and a reinforced spine, plus you get to use it as a viewing stand and typing wedge.

Twelve South provided this blurb:

BookBook vol. 2 for iPad Pro has dual zippers to keep the case closed, and you can unzip it just enough for the charging cord or another cable to slip through. The back cover window makes it easy to capture beautiful photos and 4K video with your iPad Pro. BookBook also has an interior pocket to stash a compact keyboard or paperwork. What about your Apple Pencil? BookBook has room for that too – right next to the iPad magnetic charger.

I’m liking the new built-in shell because it does a good job of showcasing the beautiful edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display. On the inside to the right of the tablet is the added storage space for your Apple Pencil so you can keep track of it while charging on-the-go.

The back cover camera window is another logical idea, and way overdue on these tablet cases from Twelve South. If you’re going to be capturing images and 4K video with your iPad Pro, getting a case with a camera cutout is essential. As for the interior pocket, it can holds documents or a compact Bluetooth keyboard, which is especially great for world travelers.

BookBook Vol. 2 for the 11-inch iPad Pro is $90 while a bigger version for Apple’s 12.9-inch tablet will set you back a hundred bucks.