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BookBook is the iconic MacBook case that makes a statement wherever it goes. Our vol 2 edition is refined and tailored exclusively for the USB-C MacBooks with a slim silhouette and a strong, crush-resistant spine, with the added bonus of a hidden portfolio pocket to carry printed reports, swatch samples, contracts and so on.
You don't have to take our word for it. See what Ben Lovejoy from 9to5 Mac has to say! "TwelveSouth products always have a feel of quality, and this is no exception. Beautiful stitching, inside and out; high-quality leather; soft felt interior to guard against scratching; and smooth-running zips."
What makes BookBook the ultimate case?
• Genuine leather provides six-sided protection
• BookBook can be used as a case or a sleeve
• Interior hidden pocket for storing papers
• Adds an extra level of theft protection with the vintage book disguise
• NEW - Now available for 16-inch MacBook Pro here
We know owners of previous BookBooks have been carrying paperwork inside the case as long as it’s been around. To make it even easier, we created a special compartment for a few important documents. Lift up the BookBook tab to reveal a hidden document pocket. Use this sly space for things like sketches, reports, or the contract you expect your client to sign after seeing your killer Keynote presentation.
Perhaps the finest feature of BookBook is the level of protection it provides your MacBook. Inside, soft microfiber protects the surface of your Mac from scratches. Zip BookBook closed and your MacBook is now safely shielded between two hardback book covers, both of which have reinforced corners, while the spine is rigid and crush resistant.
Each BookBook is made from premium leather, and is brought to life with hand craftsmanship and distressing, ensuring no two are alike. From dual zippers with leather pulls (that at first glance look like bookmarks) to its beautiful distressed leather covers, BookBook is truly a work of art.
Did you know you can use your MacBook while it’s parked in your BookBook? BookBook has two elastic bands on the inside cover of the case. When you first place your MacBook inside BookBook, slip those bands over the corners of your screen. Next time you open your BookBook, your MacBook screen will open with it allowing you to type, swipe and interact with the TouchBar without having to remove the computer from the case.
Our BookBooks have been protecting MacBooks from the hands of thieves for over six years. Customers have shared stories of finding their homes and cars broken into and their MacBooks untouched because the burglars were fooled by the vintage book look of BookBook. It’s the one benefit we hope you’ll never need, but it’s there just in case.
|SIZE SPECS||DEVICE COMPATIBILITY||MODEL NUMBERS|
13-inch MacBook Air/Pro (USB-C)
Height: .8 inches (21 mm)
13-inch MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3 ( USB-C)
13-inch MacBook Air with Retina Display (late 2018)
A1708, A1706, A1989
15-inchÂ MacBook (USB-C)
Height: .8 inches (21 mm)
15-inch MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C)
A1398, A1707, A1990
We don't recommend over stuffing your BookBook Vol 2. Depending on the thickness of your paper, you can carry between 10 and 20 pages or similar thickness with swatches, color chips or fabric samples.
Unfortunately, since the newest MacBook models have a slimmer profile and BookBook is measured to fit like a glove, the BookBook vol. 2 will not fit any of the older MacBook models. It will fit the MacBook Pro from late-2016 to present, the MacBook Air from late-2018 to present, and the 12-inch MacBook from April-2015 to present.
If they aren't one of our dual-screen backgrounds or a standard Apple background, they are most likely downloaded from one of our favorite photography sites called Unsplash! You can view the collection of images that we have used over the years on our curated page. Check back as we will continue to update our collection the more images we use!
Most magazines are going to be a bit too thick to place under your MacBook. We recommend downloading them on your iPad instead (but please don't put your iPad in the document pocket!).