Color
Red Interior
Sky Blue Interior
Charcoal Interior
Geometric Interior
Cost
Please factor in 1-2 weeks for production time prior to shipping service.
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black
Classic Black

Product Features

  • Super slim, lightweight & durable
  • Handcrafted book-bound Smart Cover with sleep/wake functionality
  • Polymer tray with access to device ports & buttons
  • Angled viewing capability
  • Secure elastic closure
  • iPad Pro 12.9 (2018/3rd Gen) and iPad Pro 11 cases accommodate an Apple pencil allowing it to charge when not in use
  • Camera port for photo capability
  • Dimensions: 7" x 9.69" x 0.61"
  • Weight: .55 lbs
  • 2018 includes pen loop

Description

Our slimmest, most durable case yet! The handcrafted book-bound cover is made in our bookbindery and features a Smart Cover with magnets to activate sleep/wake functionality. The iPad Classic Black DODOcase is a similar design to our traditional DODOcase inspired by the artist journals of years gone by, but made with a more durable and slimmer profile polymer tray, 27% thinner than our old tray. This new tray provides a snug fit for your device. All corners are protected, but there is still open access to all device ports and buttons.

The DODOcase iPad Classic Black is available in four different interior colors: Red, Sky Blue, Charcoal, and Geometric.

To learn about our no-slip clip feature, click here.

Handcrafted

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Elegant Design:

Handmade in our bookbindery, the DODOcase features a polymer tray and a sturdy exterior cover that gives your tablet the look and feel of a hard-bound book.

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Camera Port:

Precision laser cut-out port for photo taking capability, while device is in case.

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Foil Stamped Monogram:

Personalize with up to three letters stamped on the bottom right corner of the front cover in gold foil.

Polymer Tray

Designed to protect your iPad, this new tray provides a snug fit for your device featuring a durable and slimmer profile polymer tray, 27% thinner than our old tray. All corners are protected, but there is still open access to all device ports and buttons.

Polymer Tray
Display Positions
Display Positions

Our original award-winning book bound iPad case features a folding back cover that allows for multiple viewing modes. Simply bend the back cover along the crease to push the device out to Angled Viewing Mode or fold over the front cover to bend the spine into A-frame Perching Mode. The different modes allow your device to stand up on a variety of hard and soft surfaces.

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They start with an "A" followed by some numbers and look like this A1278.

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iPad

Look in Settings

How To Find Model Number

There are two places to look for the "A" model number, depending on OS version. For the newer OS, you will have to go to Settings > General > About > Legal > Regulatory. You will find the "A" model number on the top. It will look something like this: A1396

For older OSes, go to Settings > General > About. You will see your part number on the right side under Model. To see the model number, tap the part number.

Look on your Device

On an iphone 8 or later, you will need to find the model number by removing the SIM tray and looking in the SIM tray slot. Make sure you have enough light overhead. The model number will be located on the upper side &em; the side that has the display on it.

On an iPhone 7 or earlier, you can find the model number on the back of your device.

On the Originial Packaging or Receipt

If you still have your original packaging, you can find the serial number on the barcode label on the packaging.

The model number, serial number, and config details for your device might possibly appear on its invoice or receipt.

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iPhone

Look in Settings

How To Find Model Number

There are two places to look for the "A" model number, depending on OS version. For the newer OS, you will have to go to Settings > General > About > Legal > Regulatory. You will find the "A" model number on the top. It will look something like this: A1396

For older OSes, go to Settings > General > About. You will see your part number on the right side under Model. To see the model number, tap the part number.

Look on your Device

On an iphone 8 or later, you will need to find the model number by removing the SIM tray and looking in the SIM tray slot. Make sure you have enough light overhead. The model number will be located on the upper side &em; the side that has the display on it.

On an iPhone 7 or earlier, you can find the model number on the back of your device.

On the Originial Packaging or Receipt

If you still have your original packaging, you can find the serial number on the barcode label on the packaging.

The model number, serial number, and config details for your device might possibly appear on its invoice or receipt.

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Macbook

On the surface of your MacBook

How To Find Model Number

Close your device and turn it over. The serial number is on the underside of the computer near the regulatory markings. Here you can also find your model number which will look like A1278.

In the About This Mac Window

You can find your computer's serial number and model info in the About This Mac window for most version of macOS.

Choose from the Apple menu on the top left hand corner of your screen. The window will appear and list your computer's model name - for example Macbook Pro - and serial number.

On the Originial Packaging or Receipt

If you still have your original packaging, you can find the serial number on the barcode label on the packaging.

The model number, serial number, and config details for your Macbook might possibly appear on its invoice or receipt.

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