If you use Bluetooth devices like a keyboard and mouse with your Macbook, keeping an eye on their battery levels is important. And for iMac users, its essential. There’s nothing worse than having a dead battery when you’re in the middle of something critical on your computer.
You might be in the midst of an online business meeting sharing a presentation, doing a job interview using an app like Skype, or trying to make a crucial deadline and have no time to spare.
So, for keeping a watch, here’s how to check your Bluetooth device battery level on Mac.
Apple has long offered a wireless keyboard. Most recently refreshing them last year to include Lightning ports alongside a new Magic Trackpad and Magic Mouse. Apple's packed keynote kicking off WWDC 2017 understandably didn't have time to touch on a welcomed addition to their peripheral lineup.
Premium accessory maker Twelve South has been on a roll lately. They kicked off 2017 in a style with an armband accessory for Apple Watch [review], which was quickly followed by their luxurious shell cases for iPhone 7 [review]. Today, the company launched its newest accessory, called MagicBridge.
Images of Apple's Wireless Keyboard with backlit keys and a power button were removed today from the Online Apple Store, suggesting the product has prematurely leaked or isn't ready for prime time yet.
Yesterday, the Online Apple Store in Czech Republic and Hungary got refreshed with new images showing a power button on the $69 keyboard and controls for adjusting the brightness of the backlight.