Is there any thing you can put on the back to prevent it from being so slippery?

  • Asked by Erolyn B from Somers
  • Mar 19, 2012
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8 Answers from the Community

  • Best Answer:

    You can get many hard slim cases for the back and also you could get a Zagg invisible shield which is a thin protector for all the body, like a screen protector all the way round. This has a nice resistance to it.

    • Answered by Sam B
    • Mar 23, 2012
  • Yes you can get skin. Skin is kind of like a sticker for the back of your ipad thet covers the whole back

    • Answered by Elan R from Highland Park
    • Mar 27, 2012
  • There is also a great product coming out to solve this problem. It is a leather back and handle for the iPad and it is wonderful in its simplicity. I can't share the link here but you can can search "kickstarter leather handle for iPad" and see a video and pictures of the product.

    • Answered by Andrew E from Littleton
    • May 26, 2012
  • try ghost armour or a zagg sheild get the matte finish one its not shinny or slippery

    • Answered by Mike C from Nanoose Bay
    • Mar 25, 2012
  • Look for a hardshell case with some kind of texture. Look online, you'll be searching forever if you look in stores. If you have a Smart Cover, you can also fold it flat against the back of the iPad which will help to add grip when you hold it.

    • Answered by Hannah C
    • Mar 26, 2012
  • The folding magnetic covers sold by Apple can easily be folded back under the iPad, either when in use or when one simply wants it not to slide around. That puts a soft, suede or suede-like leather surface against what's under it. It doesn't slide at all on my tabletop.

    • Answered by Richard S from Pasadena
    • Mar 22, 2012
  • yes. there a lot of different covers that cover the back of the iPad instead of the front. anyone of them would fix that problem.

    • Answered by David T from Wilmington
    • Mar 22, 2012
  • yes you can put on a case

    • Answered by Drew M from Plymouth
    • Mar 22, 2012