If you picked up Apple’s newest generation of iPad Pro models, which feature a new camera design on the back of the tablet, you’ll probably want to protect your expensive device.
And if you prefer a leather design to your full-body case, then we’ve got you covered with a quick roundup of some of the best leather case options for the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro. In each case (no pun intended) prices will vary, but the overall design will feature complete protection for your tablet. It’s also worth noting that while these cases are built for the 2020 series, they will also fit the 2018 models as well.
So let’s just get right into it and take a look at some of the best leather case options for the iPad Pro.
The best iPad Pro leather cases
This leather case from ZtoTop is only available for the 11-inch iPad Pro model, so be aware of that. The exterior is a premium synthetic leather, while the inside of the case is a soft microfiber design to help protect the iPad from scratches during daily use. The case can also protect against some impacts as well.
The case won’t block the top of the side of the iPad Pro, the area reserved for wirelessly charging the second-generation Apple Pencil, so you’ll be able to keep the stylus charged even when the case is installed. The leather case for the 11-inch iPad Pro also supports auto wake and sleep features, so the display will shut off and turn off when the case is closed or opened, respectively.
The leather case features an organizer pocket, a leather hand strap, and a loop to hold the Apple Pencil. The case also features multiple slots so that the iPad Pro can be positioned in multiple viewing angles.
The ZtoTop leather case for the iPad Pro is available now from Amazon.
The ProCase leather case for the iPad Pro is available for both the 11- and 12.9-inch models. It is also one of the leather cases for Apple’s newest iPads where the manufacturer says it will also fit the 2018 models, even if the rear cameras are different. Still, the case’s design is built around Apple’s newest iPads, so you’ll still find the rounded square on the back of the case.
This is a folio case, so it will not only offer full body protection when the case is closed, but also offers up multiple slots to slide the iPad into for various viewing angles (three different angles in all). The case features a premium composition leather design on the outside, while the inside is made from a soft TPU material to help protect the iPad while the case is closed. There is also an elastic “fixing band” which will also help to secure the case.
It features the auto wake/sleep features you’d expect, and supports wireless charging for the second-generation Apple Pencil. It also has a small loop for the stylus when the case is closed.
The ProCase leather case for the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro is available now from Amazon.
The Woolnut leather case for the iPad Pro will protect both variants, but this isn’t a folio case, but rather a sleeve. Woolnut says that the exterior of the sleeve is vegetable-tanned full-grain leather from Scandinavia, which should develop a natural patina over time. Meanwhile, on the inside, the Woolnut sleeve is 100 percent natural wool felt sourced from Germany.
This is a minimalist case to be sure, and it will only provide protection for the iPad Pro when the tablet is slipped inside. But if you prefer a sleeve over a case, this is a worthwhile option. Woolnut’s sleeve is available in three colors: black, cognac, and cognac brown (only for the 12.9-inch model).
It’s available now from Amazon.
Pad & Quill
When it comes to leather cases, Pad & Quill has made a name for itself for building top-of-the-line accessories for Apple’s devices, including the iPad lineup. And that’s certainly the case here with the Oxford Leather iPad Pro case for both the 11- and 12.9-inch models. This is another folio case, and it has enough space when the case is open to accommodate a Magic or Smart Keyboard. This case has improved drop and edge protection compared to previous matters as well.
This leather case is 10% lighter than previous generations, and it features an interior pocket for documentation. It’s compatible with the second-generation Apple Pencil, and there is an elastic strap for a more secure closure. It has a single viewing angle when the case is opened, and the interior is ultra-soft leather as well.
The Oxford Leather case has three color options: whiskey, chestnut, and galloper black. These cases are available directly from Pad & Quill, and they won’t start shipping until the end of April. But if you’re looking for a high-end leather case for your iPad Pro, this may be the way to go.
So, there you go. Some great leather case options for the iPad Pro. But of course, if you have any other suggestions for a leather case for the 2020 iPad Pro, be sure to let us know in the comments below!