Officially unveiled on March 18, 2020 and released the following month on April 15, Logitech's Combo Touch keyboard case brings trackpad navigation via iPadOS cursor support to the third-generation iPad Air and the seventh-generation iPad. Be sure to watch our video review...
I received my Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro less than 24 hours ago, and wanted to share early thoughts and impressions about this new accessory.
Apple's new Magic Keyboard has arrived, and customers have noted that the 12.9-inch model is actually heavier than the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which comes in at 641 grams.
If you’ve ever paired a set of AirPods or Beats-branded headphones with your iPhone before, then you should be vividly familiar with the unique Bluetooth pairing experience that you’re presented with when you bring these devices close to your iPhone for the first time. Apple describes the experience as magical, and that’s no lie.
But if you’re pairing any other brand of device with your iPhone, be it a pair of headphones or perhaps a speaker for that matter, you’ll find that the pairing experience isn’t quite as magical. Apple does this on purpose to make its products stand out, but if you want a similar pairing experience for your third-party accessories, then you can take advantage of a newly released jailbreak tweak dubbed Ainsworth by iOS developer Dave van Wijk to do just that.
When Apple announced the new iPad Pro models earlier this year, it also introduced the new Magic Keyboard with a built-in trackpad (which you can buy now). But Logitech wanted in on the fun as well, so it unveiled the Combo Touch keyboard.
Accessory maker Zagg today launched a pair of new keyboard solutions for Apple's refreshed 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models, created for increased durability and portability.
Now available to pre-order, the new Brydge Pro+ keyboard integrates an oversized trackpad that's designed to seamlessly work with cursor support in iPadOS 13.4.
It's New Product Day, apparently, and Logitech doesn't want to miss the fun. As such, the company has just unveiled a new keyboard case for two iPad models.
Unveiled at CES 2020, Zagg's Slim Book Go and Rugged Messenger keyboards for Apple's 10.2-inch iPad model can now be ordered starting today via the company's online store.
Having already tested a bunch of iPad keyboard cases, iDB's video editor Harris Craycraft thinks he's found one that perhaps has it all. With a newly launched protective case from Doqo, your iPad Pro gains not only a backlit physical keyboard but also a built-in trackpad and many missing ports, turning that tablet of yours into a touchscreen MacBook Air of sorts.
Zagg's new keyboard solution for Apple's 10.2-inch iPad which was officially announced at the CES show in January is now available to purchase through the company's website.
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