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The original MagicWand was released in 2011, and like many Twelve South products, it provided a simple and elegant solution to enhance the experience of using your Apple products. Specifically, MagicWand combined your Apple Magic Keyboard and Trackpad, so that the user could enjoy one beautiful control surface.
When the sleek new design of the iPhone 4 was unveiled in 2010, we knew we had to rethink everything we knew about a phone case. We wanted to show off our iPhones, not hide them. So we invented SurfacePad, a slim, leather cover that lets your iPhone shine.
Several years later, there's still something about SurfacePad that makes it indispensable to those who love a light-weight everyday carry option. To celebrate the addition of the SurfacePad for iPhone SE, we're taking a deep dive on its origins and evolution with its designer, Andrew Green.
Did you know? The original Compass was released in 2010, the same year as the first iPad! While Compass hasn't gone through as many system updates as iPad, it has had its own journey towards what we now know today as the Compass Pro. To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Compass, we're taking a deep dive on its origins and evolution with its designer, Andrew Green.
For long-time Mac devotees, the design of Curve may look familiar. That’s because the original iCurve (2003) was designed by our very own Andrew Green, Creative Director and Co-Founder of Twelve South. Here’s the inside scoop on the original development and why he felt like now was the perfect time to re-invent his own design for a new generation of MacBook fanatics.