The 12inch iPad Pro is a wonderful piece of kit. It has fast become one of my favourite pieces of Apple technology. However for the longest time it basically remained the iPad I kept at home. Both the cost of the darn thing and the insurmountable size of it made me nervous of taking it with me when I hit the road (in my case this is usually public transport as I sold my car last year). However with the recent addition of the Atlas iPad Pro case I have started to feel more comfortable taking this monstrous device out with me.
I love my iPad Pro despite Apple recently introducing a little brother at the recent ‘In the Loop’ event. However one thing I wasn’t so thrilled about with the Pro was the cost of some of the accessories. I can understand Apple expecting us to shell out for such items as the Apple Pencil and even for the Smart Keyboard but where I often find Apples charges becoming more than a little harder to swallow is the cost of their cases.
It was purely by chance that whilst sipping on some brain juice in an attempt to get the grey matter firing I noticed a rather unique case that stuck out in the crowd of iPhones around me. Turns out I had stumbled onto a range of new wooden iPhone case from mumu* called the “Slide Case” which are coming soon and it looks like it’s going to be something rather special.
The Colcoa iPhone and iPad sleeves look so good and with a design that nestles your phone so snuggly that you wish it came in a human style for you to wear. You might have guessed but I’m more than taken back with the Unitah iPhone sleeve. The Colcoa sack range of cases are natural protective sleeves that protect with style.