It's a relatively quiet initiative these days, all things considered, but Apple hasn't given up on the education market. These days, it comes down to handing out a whole lot of devices to incoming students. That's what's happening with incoming learners at California State University this fall.
Apple's Smart Folio accessory is a less capable, more affordable iPad keyboard attachment than the company's Magic Keyboard. The slim cover was released alongside the redesigned iPad Pro back in 2018, but is it still worth it in 2021? In this video, we attempt to weigh the pros and cons of the Smart Folio keyboard two and a half years following our initial review.
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.
Apple is researching potential ways of using the iPad's capacitive touchscreen for reading key presses from a future Smart Keyboard accessory that might not need to connect over Bluetooth or take advantage of the iPad's Smart Connector at all.
Apple may be working on a pretty significant upgrade for the iPad Pro Smart Keyboard, based on the latest report.
Brydge has been making keyboard cases for the iPad tablets for years now so we've asked our resident video editor Harris Craycraft to pit Apple's own Smart Keyboard Folio for iPad Pro against Brydge's latest iPad Pro keyboard folio that features backlit keys and other perks.
The 2018 iPad Pro was (and still is) a game-changer for me, as it quickly became a mobile companion to my home computer when I first started using it. While the iPad Pro isn’t a complete laptop replacement by any stretch, it certainly makes it possible for me to leave home without my laptop at times; but like most things, the iPad Pro works best in tandem with great accessories.
Earlier this year, I compiled a roundup of my favorite accessories for the 2018 iPad Pro. But as you might come to expect, I’ve accumulated several more since that time that can seriously augment the iPad Pro user experience. With that in mind, I’m excited to share some more of my must-haves with you in this part-two roundup.
It wasn’t long after Apple announced the new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros that I went to my local Apple Store to pick one up. The idea of a USB-C-powered Apple tablet fascinated me, and it wasn’t long before I started gathering accessories to augment the iPad Pro experience.
In this piece, I’ll discuss my favorite accessories for my 11-inch iPad Pro. They’re in no specific order, but you will find a mix of first-party and third-party accessories below.
Picaso Lab's leather solution for keeping your 2018 iPad Pro along with your Smart Keyboard attachment safe from unwanted damage while traveling is now available for pre-order.
Alongside the 2018 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, Apple has introduced new accessories for the tablets. These include the second-generation Apple Pencil, all-new Smart Folio Keyboard, cases, and more.
German developer Cultured Code today updated its Things task and to-do manager for iPhone, iPad, and Mac with a few improvements, including support for system-wide undo/redo on iOS, wireless keyboard navigation on iPad with a new Type Travel feature and more.
Apple on Tuesday debuted international versions of its Smart Keyboard for the iPad Pro. Previously you could only purchase the accessory with a United States English layout, but now you can get it in British English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and several other languages.