Twelve South, which makes a number of popular accessories for Apple products, has introduced two new versions of its BookBook case. One new model is made for the iPad Air 2, with the other made for the iPad mini 4. The company is also preparing a version for the iPad Pro.
As with other versions of the accessory line, the BookBook cases for iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 offer protection and concelment of your device inside a case that looks like an old leather-bound book. You can also adjust the BookBook to serve as a stand, which can either angle your iPad lower for easier typing, or higher for better viewing.
The iPad Pro version of the BookBook will work much like the current cases. It will feature a display stand with a built-in sketching angle, along with a pocket just for the Apple Pencil stylus. Twelve South has yet to give a specific date for its release, saying only that it's coming in the spring.
You can grab the BookBook for iPad Air 2 for $79.99, with the iPad mini 4 model coming in at $69.99, with both models coming in Twelve South's Vintage Brown color.