If you want to buy an Apple keyboard, you have two choices of Magic Keyboard: a full-sized version with numeric keypad, and a cropped version. Like most Mac accessories today, it relies on Bluetooth and charges with a Lightning cable. Show More Summary
What are the best alternatives to Apple's Magic Keyboard? These are the current standouts! Apple's Magic Keyboard is the best that you can get, but not everyone is ready to drop $100 on a keyboard. If you are looking for a different option to save some money or just to try something new, there are plenty. Show More Summary
I’ve been using the Smart Keyboard + iPad Pro combination since the updated versions launched a couple of months ago. This combination has outright replaced my MacBook Pro for work on the go, but I still use a 5K iMac as my main work...Show More Summary
While supplies last, shoppers can use our exclusive coupon combined with instant savings to save $300 to $600 on Late 2016 13-inch MacBook Pros with Touch Bar, plus no tax collected on orders outside NY and NJ. Apple AirPods are also back in stock with free 2-day shipping and the Magic Keyboard is now $69 with a $20 mail-in rebate.
Apple finally released a Bluetooth keyboard with a 10-key number pad, but do you need that extra numerical convenience? If you've been longing for a full-size Magic keyboard, you can use without having to connect it to your computer, then the wait is over. Show More Summary
In addition to everything else announced this week at WWDC, Apple took the time to showcase a new wireless keyboard, the Magic Keyboard. Not only will the accessory keep you tangle free, but it also features a full numeric pad. Additionally, the keyboard boasts the same wedge-shaped-designed profile, scissor-switches and Lightning charging cable as the […]
Apple announced a beautiful new Space Gray color option for its Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad, but there's just one catch: Those accessories won't be sold separately from the new $5,000 iMac Pro. We first learnedShow More Summary
Earlier today Apple released a new wireless Magic Keyboard with numeric keypad, filling a long-standing hole in its accessory product lineup. While the new keyboard is a great option for many customers, it seems Apple has removed the much more affordable $49 wired keyboard with numeric keypad from its online store… more…
If you hate wires, but love typing numbers of a wide, expansive surface, then Apple has one more important hardware announcement for you. Among all the other news out of 2017's Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple has just released a full-size, wireless Magic Keyboard with a dedicated numeric keypad. Show More Summary
Amid new Macs and iPads shown off at WWDC 2017, Apple on Monday also quietly released the wireless Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad, available for $129.
Apple packed a lot of announcements into its WWDC keynote today, even with the long running time, so it’s understandable that the new Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad didn’t get any stage time. Understandable, but unforgivable, because this is truly the company’s greatest creation. Read More
Now that Apple’s online store has been refreshed after today’s WWDC keynote we’re seeing a variety of new accessories available. Among the notable new products is the wireless Magic Keyboard with a numeric keypad. more…
This week Benjamin and Zac discuss more evidence new MacBook Pros are coming, the first rumor of a new Magic Keyboard, Carpool Karaoke’s release date on Apple Music, the WWDC podcast studio and what it might suggest, and our iOS 11 wishlist ahead of WWDC 2017. Show More Summary
New registry numbers appearing on the Eurasian Economic Commission’s website overnight are linked to four new types of iPad and a new Magic Keyboard, Consomac reports. Rumors of a new 10.5” iPad Pro have been swirling for months andShow More Summary
Apple has registered a bunch of new products with the Eurasian Economic Commission ahead of WWDC next week. Its filings hint at the imminent arrival of new Macs, iPads, and a refreshed Magic Keyboard. Recent rumors have promised that we’ll see a number of new Apple devices at WWDC next week — the most exciting […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Several reports have indicated WWDC will introduce several new Apple hardware products alongside the headline software announcements like iOS 11 and macOS 10.13. Today, Eurasian regulator filings (which have proved reliable before) suggest...Show More Summary
You can’t get much more 80s synth power than this: Eno. DX7. Keyboard Magazine. Yes, it seems there’s a magical synth site called Encyclotronic, full of patches and hardware specs and other goodies. And it seems that site has noted that...Show More Summary
The Touch Bar, Apple's thin touchscreen display above the keyboard on the MacBook Pro, could make an appearance on other Apple peripherals, with recently-published patent application illustrations revealing a version of the Touch Bar has been considered for the Magic Keyboard accessory.