Accessories company Catalyst likes to assume the extreme in everybody. Its marketing wants us to fret not about getting our iPhone or Apple Watch wet or dirty. Catalyst projects the confidence that it has your investment protected.
So, less than a week after Apple announced a new iPad Pro, Catalyst is touting the specs of a military-tough iPad Pro case that will be available after the first of the year.
The Catalyst website likes to show the company’s products in rainstorms and other extreme conditions, and a rendering of the iPad Pro cases shows Apple’s plus-size tablet being splashed with water. This should inspire us to get off the couch and into a kayak or onto the side of a cliff.
Catalyst says its iPad Pro Case will be waterproof rated IP68, meaning the device should be protected if it is submerged in water depths up to 2 meters (just don’t leave it there).
It boasts military-grade protection from drops with a rubber bumper framing the iPad that still allows access for charging cables and headphones.
It also includes a non-recessed, hard-coated optical lens to protect the iPad lens without detracting from the quality of your photography.
The case will also feature a touchscreen film that allows you to work Touch ID and Apple Pencil functions.