The iPad remains the preeminent device in the tablet realm because of its stellar build quality, smart UI, and ability to adapt to an array of uses. All those features don’t come cheap, though. That’s why an iPad case is a must to protect your valuable investment from scratches, dings, chips, and, worst of all, screen cracks. Those fears are made even more horrid in the larger-sized iPad models, packing expansive screens that are all too vulnerable to impact damage. Prevent that tragedy and show your iPad how much you care with an iPad 10.2 case from SaharaCase.
Whether you’re handing the tablet back to the kids during long car rides or are looking to add keyboard functionality to your iPad, we’ve got the iPad 10.2 case for you. Our Monkey KidProof case is undeniably adorable, but those cute looks mask serious protection that stands up to anything kids throw at it. Our Keyboard Case, on the other hand, is a professional’s dream, turning the iPad into a workhorse laptop-style machine that can handle word processing, video editing, and much more.
From stylish folio-style cases to ultra-capable rugged cases, we’re your one-stop-source for iPad 10.2 cases for any environment. However, your iPad’s protection won’t be complete without an iPad screen protector to totally prevent any screen damage. Or, for the privacy-minded, grab a darkening iPad privacy screen protector. We craft protective gear for the entire Apple ecosystem, including AirPods cases, so go no further than SaharaCase for all your tech protection needs.
Yes, you can use an apple pencil on the iPad 10.2 tablet. The SaharaBasics heavy-duty cover allows full access to the iPad 10.2 inch screen, so your Apple pencil can draw without any hindrance or loss of sensitivity.
Will a 10.5 Case Fit a 10.2 iPad?
Yes and no. However, our case will fit the iPad 10.5 and 10.2. The size of the iPad 10.2 and 10.5 covers are mostly the same; however, what will determine if the case will fit depending on the camera cutout. If the camera cutout on the case itself is large, then the case should fit. If the camera cutout on the iPad cover 10.2 is tight, then the case will not fit.