Apple's colorful iMac ships with redesigned Magic Keyboards that you couldn't buy as a standalone accessory, until today. Versions with and without Touch ID are available, with the former requiring an Apple silicon Mac to function.
Earlier this year, at its Spring Loaded event, Apple unveiled the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro with a mini-LED display. At that same event, Apple also unveiled a new Magic Keyboard for the large tablet (along with a white variant), and confirmed that the new iPad Pro is actually 0.5mm thicker than the model it's replacing.
Every once in a while, Apple updates its official platform security documentation, aiming to offer in-depth details on a variety of its platforms, features, and technologies for those interested. And, as sometimes happens, there are some interesting details within.
Along with the iMac Pro's launch, Apple also introduced Space Gray accessories to match. However, now that the powerful desktop is discontinued, it's time for the accessories to follow suit.
There are some great alternative options when it comes to cases for the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro. But, if you prefer Apple's Magic Keyboard, the company has a new one of those, too. Which, at one point, sounded like the only option for folks getting the new large tablet -- even if they owned the old model.
Apple introduced the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro earlier this month, at the company's Spring Loaded event. The new big tablet features a mini-LED display, and, because of that, a slightly thicker frame. Which led to some issues with the current Magic Keyboard.
Bad news for anyone hoping to use their old Magic Keyboard with the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro sporting a mini-LED screen: you'll need to buy a new Magic Keyboard or find an alternative.
The new Magic Keyboard with wireless Touch ID that ships in the box with the company's newly redesigned iMac all-in-one desktop is fully compatible with all M1-equipped Mac models.
Apple today announced a number of new products, including redesigned iMacs, AirTags and of course new iPads. They also unveiled a handful of accessories for these products, and as you'd expect, some of them are pretty pricey.
Apple announced the new iPad Air back in September, but the tablet went on sale today. So now the company is leaning into the promotional effort for the new tablet.
If you have an iPad that supports an attached keyboard, and you've been looking for a case, Twelve South has an option for you.
Apple offers several flavors of first-party iPad keyboards. In this video, we're taking a closer look at the differences and similarities between the latest and greatest Magic Keyboard for iPad and the company's more affordable Smart Keyboard Folio attachment.