How to Identify an iPad Case

How to Identify an iPad Case

Originally published March 7, 2019

Keyguard AT keyguards are generally secured to an iPad by attachment to the iPad case.  As such, we need to know exactly which case you have.  Don't guess!  If you specify the wrong case, the keyguard won't fit, and you'll have to remake it at your expense.

We have made keyguards for 200 different iPad cases!  Including duplicates sold under different brand names, the number is approaching 300.  In the above picture, you can see one of our three racks of iPad cases.  We test fit every keyguard to make sure it fits the specified case before we ship it.

If you have a case that we don't have listed on the products "To Fit Case" dropdown menu, specify "Other" case (at the bottom of the list) when ordering.  We'll charge you a small fee to buy the case, measure it, design a keyguard to fit it, and make and test fit the keyguard.  After that, we'll add it to our iPad rack and put it on our list so you can order keyguards to fit it in the future.

The following list shows some of the most popular, and some of the hardest to identify, iPad cases for attaching keyguards.  We're adding to the list all the time, so check back here if you're ordering a keyguard for a case you haven't used before.  The number after the case title is our internal case number.  You can use that number to verify that you've chosen the right one in our "To Fit Case" list.  When there are different versions of the same case, the illustration may also include tips on how to tell the difference.

For more information on choosing an attachment method for your case, see our blog  All About Cases, Part Two.

Some cases have been moved to their own page:

For the original iPad 2, 3 or 4, look here.

For the iPad Air/Air 2/5th-6th Generation look here.

For the iPad Mini, look here. 

For the iPad 7th Gen. 10.2, look here.

For the iPad Air 3 10.5 or iPad Pro 10.5, look here

For the iPad Pro 11, look here.

For the iPad Pro 12.9, look here.