If you own a 9.7-inch iPad then there is no better way of keeping its screen clean and scratch-free than using one of Apple’s own Smart Covers. They look great and they attach using magnets in a way that we can only imagine Jony Ive fully endorses. Normally they aren’t the cheapest things in the world, but right now you can pick one up for just $19.50.
The Smart Cover comes in many different colors, and you can get one for $19.50 so long as it’s Charcoal Gray. That’s fine though, because Charcoal Gray, or black, is the only color we would suggest anyone picking up. You can of course choose a different color, but you’ll have to pay more.
Buy: Apple Smart Cover (for iPad 9.7-inch) – Charcoal Gray from Amazon: $19.50 | Original price: $39
The Smart Cover for iPad is constructed from a single piece of durable polyurethane to protect the front of your device.
The Smart Cover automatically wakes your iPad when opened and puts it to sleep when closed.
It folds into different positions to create a stand for reading, typing, or watching videos. And it’s easy to remove, so you can snap it on and off whenever you want.
We’re huge fans of the Smart Cover for a few reasons, one of which is the sturdy polyurethane construction. It keeps your screen out of harm’s way, but can also fold back to act as a stand for your iPad, too. If you want to use your tablet for media watching, then this is an absolute must buy in our opinion.
This 9.7-inch iPad Smart Cover works with the 2018 iPad 6th-generation, 2017 iPad 5th-generation, iPad Air 2 and iPad Air models. If you own one of those, we’d suggest picking this Smart Cover up ASAP, before that special price comes to an end.
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