Apple’s MacBook Pro family wasn’t the only product lineup to get an update today. The Cupertino company has also issued a refresh to its iPad 2 Smart Covers, which has seen the orange cover discontinued in favor of a new dark gray model, and interior lining that’s colored to match the exterior.
In addition to discontinuing the orange Smart Cover for a dark gray one, sources for MacRumors say that the polyurethane models are now more vibrant. Apple has also adjusted the color of its leather Smart Cover in navy to make it “more navy” than the original, and colored the cases’ interior fabric so that it matches that of its exterior.
The Smart Cover page of Apple’s website is yet to reflect these changes at the time of writing, and some of the links to Smart Covers in the online store seem to be broken, but we’re expecting an update to this page shortly.
Smart Cover prices remain the same, with polyurethane models at $39 and leather models at $69.