Following the announcement of Apple’s iPad Air and Retina iPad mini, multiple accessory makers are preparing cases and various other items to accompany the brand-new iPads ahead of their November launch. Below are a few of the brand-new item offerings from a number of popular vendors, which must be able to deliver prior to or shortly after the new iPads are available to consumers.
Belkin has actually announced a selection of brand-new accessories for the iPad Air, consisting of numerous keyboard cases and basic folio cases. Belkin’s keyboard cases begin at $80, with the $100 variation providing a front cover and the $130 variation providing an exceptionally thin aircraft-grade aluminum body.

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Additionally, there are a number of basic cases, including the $60 LapStand Cover, the $60 FreeStyle Cover, the $40-$50 FormFit Cover, and more that can be discovered on the Belkin website. The business also has an Apex 360 Advanced Protection case for the iPad mini, priced at $70.
Zagg has invisibleSHIELDs and keyboard Folio cases ready for the iPad Air. The display protectors range in price from $30 to $35 and are available in high-definition and smudge proof varieties. The $100 ZAGGkeys Folio is readily available in black, with white coming soon.
Incipio has revealed numerous various folio-style cases for the iPad Air, ranging in cost from $35 to $70. There are likewise a range of folio and shell cases for the Retina iPad mini priced at $30 to $45, including the popular Smart Feather.
Otterbox has actually revealed Protector Series cases for both the Retina iPad mini and the iPad Air. While the Retina iPad mini variation can be pre-ordered for $70 in 3 different colors, the business has yet to reveal pre-orders or pricing for the iPad Air version.
Griffin has numerous products coming for the iPad Air, consisting of the $80 Slim Keyboard Folio and the $80 Survivor Case, which is similar to Otterbox’s offerings. The business likewise plans to debut a $50 Back Bay Folio and a folio-style $40 Journal Case. Griffin is currently offering numerous cases for the Retina mini, consisting of the Folio and the IntelliCase for $45 and $40, respectively.
Cygnett has debuted a variety of folio cases for the iPad Air also, each with varying design and colors. Rates range from $40 for a standard fabric folio case to $70 for a leather origami-inspired case that can be folded into multiple stand angles. The business’s flexi-folding Paradox cases are likewise offered in a number of colors for $40.
Moshi has a number of different Retina iPad mini cases offered, including the $50 VersaCover and the $45 Concerti Profile, in addition to several iVisor display protectors priced at $30. The business also prepares to debut similar cases for the iPad Air, selling for $55 to $60. iPad Air iVisors will also be available for $30.
In addition to the cases listed above, the following business also have iPad Air and Retina iPad mini cases offered for purchase: Grove, Speck, M-Edge, Gumdrop, Hard Sweet, iLuv, and X-Doria.

While the iPad Air has taken on a complete redesign necessitating all new cases, the Retina iPad mini is simply 0.3 millimeters thicker than the previous generation. It’s vague whether existing cases will fit the new Retina iPad mini, so consumers would be wise to consult suppliers about fit before buying a first generation iPad mini case for the Retina mini.

Apple will start accepting orders for the iPad Air on November 1, with orders for the Retina mini starting later in November. As with the iPhone Fives, the business doesn’t prepare to provide pre-orders.