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How to find the best iPad 2 case

Updated on June 22, 2012

When you spend the incredible dollar amount on an Apple product, such as the iPad 2, it is very important to find the best iPad 2 cases. Having a good, efficient case for the iPad 2 will keep it safe from drops and scratches and other damage that may occur.

One of the most obvious, but also most important things to do when buying cases for iPad 2 is to find one the perfect size. If the case is two small, it will not cover the iPad and therefore is unusable. On the other hand, if the case is too big , the iPad will go inside but still move around, and that would defeat the purpose of the case.

Belkin Folio stand for Ipad 2
Belkin Folio stand for Ipad 2

The best carrying case for iPad 2 should have a strong durable texture. One example of this is leather, because leather is known to be long-lasting and strong. Cygnett Folio cases are made from leather, and are an excellent brand to go with when buying an iPad 2 case.These cases are almost like a book cover, so it covers the iPad front to back. They also give iPads a classic, yet very stylish look. Leather cases are great, the only downfall is they can be expensive.

If you cannot afford leather casing, or do not prefer how it looks another smart texture for iPad 2 covers is rubber. The Marware MicroShell iPad 2 Caseis a great rubber case. Another positive thing about rubber cases is you can get them in almost any color and can be made to fit your personality, and of course are incredibly cheaper than leather cases. Rubber also sticks to most surfaces, preventing it from sliding or bouncing off of tables ect.

When you find an iPad case in your budget that looks like what you want. Make sure you do not forget to check and make sure it is for the iPad 2. Unlike the first iPad, the iPad 2 has two cameras, as a result the case you buy should have holes for each camera and line up correctly. If you go with an off brand case it may be unaligned and mess up the capability to take pictures or use a video service.

Its always fun to get cool extras on what you buy, such as a case with a magnetic closure. These may seem nice to open and close with, however the magnet may be damaging to the hard drive. Whenever buying a case with an extra feature it is a good idea to do some research on it.


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