And all that said — here are some of the best cases and folio covers you can get for your iPad Pro 11 (2020) and iPad Pro 12.9 (2020).
Apple's Smart Folios may be a bit... expensive, but they certainly are nice. Employing a number of magnets, both inside the iPad Pro and the folio, it snaps on and off the tablet with ease and it just so satisfying to use. Very few 3rd party vendors offer the same experience, which is why the Smart Folio is still among the best cases for the iPad Pro — working as intended with the device. A tri-fold flap on the front will let you prop the iPad up in two different angles — standing or slightly shifted off a flat surface.
If you find Apple's Smart Folio to be on the expensive side, the Surphy case is basically a copy of that — magnets and tri-fold flap included — for about the third the price. So, you save some cash and you still get a magnetic case for the iPad Pro, maybe with less of a quality guarantee.
A fantastic no-frills case, the Spigen Smart Fold looks a lot like Apple's own Smart Folio, but is... much cheaper. It has a 3-fold flap on the front, just like the original, allowing you to prop the iPad Pro up in two different angles. It doesn't attach to the iPad magnetically, though — this one is a case that you must wrap around the tablet, just like in the old cavemen days of pre-2018. But hey, it's cheaper and it's Spigen quality, so it's a sturdy iPad Pro case. Also, don't worry about the wrap-around frame, there's a huge cutout that will still allow you to attach and charge your Apple Pen to the iPad Pro.
The Zugu Alpha case is a stylish, folder-like design with a leather finish. It can be propped up in a total of 8 angles and is filled with magnets, making it one of the best iPad Pro cases with a stand. Plus, it can even stick to your fridge. A pretty good all-around iPad Pro case, which lends itself for multiple use scenarios and adds a good amount of protection at the cost of some noticeable bulk.
This one has a pretty cool Origami-looking design. It's a cover with a powerful magnetic flap, which can be folded in three different styles. A kickstand case for the iPad Pro that can prop it up in landscape, portrait, or laying down mode. Its flap magnet is so strong that you can also attach the iPad to vertical metal surfaces, like the fridge. The back portion of the case is not magnetic, it's the "wrap around frame" type. In other words, you have to click the iPad in — classic.
OK, it may not be the prettiest thing on the block, but this Targus is a rugged case for the iPad Pro that can take some abuse. If you happen to be pretty active with the tablet in your backpack, or if you consider yourself a member of the butterfinger clan — maybe consider this option here. Supports landscape and portrait prop-up in a few different angles.
It may be a bit pricey, but this Otterbox will let you flaunt that Apple logo — it's a transparent case for the iPad Pro. It should have some of that Otterbox ruggedness to it, too, to withstand an accidental drop. It has a tri-fold flap, which is held in place by a separate magnetic hatch for a more classic look on the front.
The Speck case has that folder-like design with thicker padding, making it a protective case for the iPad Pro while still looking sleek and stylish. It even hides the camera behind a magnetic flap, which is pretty neat. At the time of writing this, only the 11-inch model seems to be in stock, but a 12.9-inch version is "coming soon".
Getting into rugged case territory — the Pelican definitely looks... industrial. But it's an armor case for the iPad Pro, capable of protecting the tablet against more than just the accidental drop on the carpet. The case has a built-in kickstand and an Apple Pencil holder since its rugged design doesn't allow for the Pencil to be magnetically attached to the iPad.
Expanding your choice for rugged cases for iPad Pro, here's another popular brand — Urban Armor. Again, a pretty aggressive design, which you can even have in color for some popping looks. It covers the iPad front and back and has military grade rated drop protection. Again, the Apple Pencil is housed separate from the iPad due to the protective case's nature. Propping up is still possible thanks to its dual-fold flap.