Leaks say Apple to add Magic Keyboard to additional iPad models
A month before the company introduced Magical keyboard in its new MacBook Pro 13-inch model. Apple has now finally managed to change its keyboard from Butterfly to scissor switches in its iPad models. Users around the world were complaining from the last 4 years to change the butterfly switches and finally, Apple approves it.
The Magic Keyboard is available for Apple’s latest 11-inch and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. It’s also backward compatible with both of Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro models, the iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation) and the iPad Pro 11-inch (1st generation), but currently, that’s as far as it goes.
The leaker L0vetodream didn’t name any iPad models, but Apple is rumored to be working on a new iPad Air that’s based on the 11-inch iPad Pro, which could be the one to get a Magic Keyboard.
The Magic Keyboard attaches magnetically to iPad Pro and includes a floating design that works on either a lap or a desk, and an integrated trackpad for controlling an on-screen pointer, which allows users to enhance their workflows.
The all‑new Magic Keyboard is an amazing companion for iPad Pro. It features the best typing experience ever on iPad, a trackpad that opens up new ways to work with iPadOS, a USB‑C port for passthrough charging, and front and back protection. The Magic Keyboard has a floating cantilever design, allowing you to attach iPad Pro magnetically and to smoothly adjust it to the perfect viewing angle for you.
Here are features of the Magical Keyboard:
- Full‑size, backlit keys and a scissor mechanism with 1 mm travel for quiet, responsive typing.
- Designed for Multi‑Touch gestures and the cursor in iPadOS.
- Smooth angle adjustability delivers the perfect viewing angle.
- USB-C port for charging iPad Pro, freeing up the port on iPad Pro for other accessories.
- Folds into a case to provide front and back protection for traveling with iPad Pro.
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