Anyone can bring their office with them just by using a tablet or smartphone. In the same vein, the Apple Magic Keyboard is compact and provides all the essentials you’ll need to get any typing job done fast.
Its sleek design set in a white background speaks sophistication and clarity. For busy ‘on-the-go’ individuals, this keyboard weighs 0.231 kg (0.51 lbs.) and easily fits in a small bag. Its wireless feature saves you the agony of twisted or pulled wires so you can work seamlessly in the plane, train, or nearby coffee shops.
You can also find a lightning port to plug the USB cable for charging or using the wired option. It has an exemplary battery life where a single two-hour charge will give you two months’ usage without any recharging.
It’s most compatible with iOS X El Capitan but might fail with later versions. This keyboard pairs easily with Apple products such as iPads, MacBooks, and iPhones. If you’re using it with an Android device or Microsoft Windows 10, simply turn on the Bluetooth feature to connect this keyboard to your device.
When paired with a non-Apple device, users may find some limitations for certain functions from the Apple Magic Keyboard such as Home, Page Up, End, and Page Down keys. A ‘Function’ key may be found on the keyboards but this only works for Apple devices.
The keyboards are flatter hence lessening the strain on your wrists as you type. Some find the keystrokes a bit shallow and experienced difficulty getting the keys right especially for heavy-handed users.
Incremental upgrades now and then are also expected. However, this may not affect the performance of the keyboard but will vary with the device it’s paired with. Overall, users who opted to buy this product are going for Apple compatibility, aesthetic design, and long battery life.
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