The VersaVu® Classic Case for iPad Pro 11-inch 2nd gen. (2020) and 1st gen. (2018) combines leading protection, efficient functionality and versatile viewing. Carry your iPad® with confidence knowing it’s secure and protected in the custom-moulded tray with enhanced corners. The secure magnetic closure keeps it tightly under wraps. And, like other Targus cases, it offers military grade protection for drops up to 4 feet*.
Virtually infinite positioning options and easy rotation let you quickly customise your view. A simple flip transforms your case into a sturdy stand for comfortable typing. Flip again for easy viewing, with smooth rotation from portrait-to-landscape positioning. Deep grooves anchor the edge to ensure stability at any angle. Enjoy added efficiency with an integrated loop for your Apple Pencil® or stylus and a comfortable elastic hand strap. Precision cut-outs offer easy access to your controls, ports and camera. Even your audio gets a boost with the sound-enhancing design.
Military Grade Drop Protection
Minor drops and bumps are no problem for this sturdy, structured case. In fact, the case passes rigorous MIL-STD 810G testing to ensure it can protect your iPad Pro® from drops up to four feet.
Easy Portrait and Landscape Viewing
The patented tray design rotates 360°, so it’s easy to switch from portrait to landscape modes and back again and use the stand function in either mode. That way video conferences and FaceTime® aren’t locked into landscape mode.
Full Access, Full Functionality
A full-coverage patented moulded tray with reinforced corners allows access to all ports, buttons and controls. Precision cut-outs ensure the camera is accessible for photos or videos without removing your iPad Pro® from the case.
Swipe or Type with Ease
The textured, non-slip interior lets you position your iPad® in a virtually infinite range of reading or viewing angles for watching videos or interacting with your screen or flip the cover back for a comfortable typing angle.
*As tested by an independent third party applying MIL-STD-810G, Method 516.6, Procedure IV.