Griffin wants to protect your iPhone SE and iPad Pro
Purchasing a brand new device would also mean one thing – going all out to make sure that it is well protected from knocks, drops, and accidental scratches. After all, who does not want to be a good steward of things entrusted to us? Griffin has long been in the business of offering protective cases to modern day devices, including the recently released Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. This time around, Griffin has revealed a range of protective cases for the newly announced 9.7-inch iPad Pro and iPhone SE, as these new accessories deliver a wide range of designs which have been tailored to fit various lifestyles while protecting and keeping each device in pristine condition.
First of all, there is the Griffin’s Survivor All-Terrain for 9.7-inch iPad Pro that will retail for $79.99 a pop. It might sound expensive at first, but think of the times in which it will come in handy whenever you are a wee bit careless with your new iPad Pro. Sporting a military grade All-Terrain case that functions as the toughest protector available, it has been equipped to withstand 6.6 foot drops and shields the iPad from harsh elements like dirt, sand, and rain. There are four layers of protection that work together in order to shield the touchscreen and other ports from even the most extreme elements, letting users can embrace adventure with tech by their side. Whilst offering all of that protection, it does not get in the way of all the new features as well, boasting of water-impermeable speaker ports at the top and bottom to boot. Choose from Black/Blue, Chromium Green/White and Black shades.
There is also the Survivor All-Terrain, Survivor Slim, Survivor Core and Reveal that are available now for the newly announced iPhone SE, where the $49.99 Survivor All-Terrain boasts of the highest level of protection with shatter-resistant polycarbonate and shock-absorbing silicone, as well as a built-in screen protector that shields the phone against even the most extreme conditions, now how about that? Surely your newest purchases deserve nothing but the very best?