By Steve M. Hsu – 8:54AM A year ago, Apple announced that its iPad Case and the iPad cases it would become available with would become two distinct devices.
The iPad Case, as we know it, would be available in the US, and would come in two styles: a slim, slightly curved case with a thin, slightly tapered edge and a longer, curved case that has a flat surface.
The iPad Case would be able to accommodate a 12.9-inch iPad, a 13-inch iPhone 5, and the larger iPad Pro.
The new iPad Case is thinner, lighter, and more flexible than the iPad, and it features a new and improved design with an OLED display.
We’re not talking about a small screen here.
This design was the result of a partnership between Apple and Sharp, the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer that produces a range of displays that are particularly popular in the iPad market.
Sharp’s OLED screens, which use a layer of glass to make them brighter than LCD screens, are popular with many consumers and have become very popular for their ergonomic and comfortable feel.
The new iPad Cases are made with the same design philosophy.
Apple has previously made the iPad case available in a variety of sizes, from 13 inches to 18 inches, and in several colors.
We can’t really comment on the new design yet.
In the case of the iPad Pro, we’ll have to wait and see how the iPad comes out in the market.
We’ve seen rumors that the new iPad Pro will come with a new version of the company’s AirPods wireless earbuds, and that the Apple Watch could come with wireless charging as well.
If the AirPounds wireless earphones are indeed made by Apple, it would be the first time that a Bluetooth earbud has come to the iPad.
When the new iPads arrive, we’re expecting that Apple will continue to offer the same basic design as it did last year.
However, the new cases and accessories will likely change in some way, and we’re still a long way from the iPad coming to the US.
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