Apple unveils Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro; Price starts at Rs. 27,900

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Apple has unveiled a new Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro. With a built-in trackpad, the new Magic Keyboard is designed to take full advantage of the iPadOS 13.4 that comes with trackpad support. Along with the iPad 2020 model, the keyboard is also compatible with the previous generation iPad models.

The Magic Keyboard attaches to the iPad pro through magnets, which allows smooth adjustments of the viewing angle up to 130 degrees. It is a full-size backlit keyboard with scissor switches that offers a comfortable typing experience. The Magic Keyboard also features a USB Type-C pass-through charging, which keeps the USB Type-C port on the iPad Pro free for plugging any accessories, including external displays, drives, etc.

Apple said in a statement, “Magic Keyboard takes full advantage of the distinct experience of iPadOS. As users move their fingers across the built-in trackpad, the pointer elegantly transforms to highlight user interface elements. Multi-Touch gestures on the trackpad make it fast and easy to navigate the entire system without users ever having to lift their hand.”

The Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro is now available for pre-order through the Apple website and Apple store in over 30 countries and regions, including the US. The price of the keyboard in the US is $299 for the 11-inch iPad Pro and $349 for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The keyboard will begin arriving to the customers next week. The keyboard will be available in select Apple stores and also through select Apple Authorized Resellers.

The Magic Keyboard will be available in India soon and will carry a price of Rs. 27,900 for the 11-inch iPad Pro and Rs. 31,900 for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The keyboard will support layouts for more than 30 languages, including simplified Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish.

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Sumit is the Editor-in-chief at OnlyTech. He loves to cover news about Windows PCs, Android, Smart Devices, and more. You can always find him experimenting with electronic devices when not in front of a computer.

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