With an improved scissor mechanism and a lower profile, the Apple Magic Keyboard provides a comfortable typing experience. Without the need for traditional batteries, the Magic Keyboard now has a built-in battery that can power it for up to a month on a single charge (battery life may vary). When the battery is running low, you can recharge it with the included Lightning-to-USB cable. There are also multimedia shortcut keys, which provide you with quick control for playback and volume. The Magic Keyboard will automatically pair with your Mac.
- Wireless Bluetooth Connectivity
- Built-In Rechargeable Battery
- Improved Scissor Mechanism for Keys
- Low Profile, Compact Design
Apple Magic Overview
Apple Magic Specs
|Full-Functionality OS Support||Mac|
|Built-In Control Device||None|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||11.0 x 4.5 x 0.4" / 279.0 x 114.9 x 10.9 mm|
|Weight||0.5 lb / 0.2 kg|
|Package Weight||0.9 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||11.4 x 5.05 x 0.75"|
Apple Magic Reviews
Apple makes the best keyboards.
This is my 2nd Apple wireless keyboard. Needed it for my other computer. Apple simply makes the best keyboards. Rock solid performance and once you've worked on one for a while, the others feel like you are walking on rocks.
I hate to say it, but I love it.
Why, oh why do I have to be an Apple fanboy? It's so unattractive. But look. As a MacBook Pro user who has his laptop hooked up to a monitor, I do need an external keyboard. After Apple ditched the wired version, I refused to indulge them on their wireless shenanigans, and went for a third party product. Big surprise: It's not as good. Not as expensive, for sure, but saving forty dollars is not a bargain if you're constantly unhappy. And keys that won't respond, or are in the SLIGHTLY wrong position, or don't give your fingertips the right feedback, are like a pebble in your shoe. Gotta spring for the real deal. So far, it's still running on its first charge, so I can't even really complain about the wireless thing. You win again, evil empire.
You know it's perfect.
You know lol
Keyboarding got better
I've long been a fan of and user of Apple products. The wireless keyboard and trackpad were always great, but I hated going through batteries, which also bulked up the otherwise low-profile accessories. Mac is known for going thin, so it was only a matter of time before they figured a way to go wireless and AA battery-less, with the lightning charger. Thin got thinner, but even better. No more rechargeable batteries or, worse, wasting AA batteries.
takes a little getting used to
The touch on this new keyboard is much lighter than the Mac keyboard it's replacing, so takes a bit getting used to. But I'm sure it's better to use less force, so that's a good thing. Not sure if it's an issue of the wireless, but I can't easily log in to my MacBook Pro when starting up: I have to hit the keys 3 times before it starts entering my password.
Great keyboard/case combo!
I've used this for over a year. Best keyboard I've had for any Ipad, and I've had several. Backlight is very handy and it is sturdy as both a stand and protective case. Plan to use this Ipad/keyboard combo for several more years before upgrading.
It is like it was made for it
I pad fit into the case in two seconds. It works and charges the iPad and keeps it at a good angle to see it's a perfect match.
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