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Apple Magic Keyboard (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch - 5th Generation) - US English- White


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  • The Magic Keyboard is the perfect companion for iPad Pro, now available in two colors.
  • It features a comfortable, responsive typing experience, a trackpad that opens up new ways to work, a USB-C port for charging, backlit keys, and front and back protection.
  • With a floating cantilever design, iPad Pro attaches magnetically and allows you to smoothly adjust to the perfect viewing angle.
  • Compatibility: iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation or later)
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Apple Magic Keyboard (for iPad Pro 12.9-inch - 5th Generation)

Size

Full-size, backlit keys

Protection

Front and back

Color

White or Black

Compatibility

iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd, 4th, and 5th generation)

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Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2021
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Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars Too expensive? You betcha. Quality product? Oh yeah.
By Ian on June 16, 2021
There is a lot to like about the Magic Keyboard for 5th Gen. iPad Pros. It's a solid, well-built product that is probably too expensive by half, but I'm pretty sure anyone who purchases one knows that going in.

Keyboard: The keyboard is pretty-great all around. I use my M1 MacBook Pro on a daily basis, and while typing on this doesn't feel quite identical, it isn't far off. The key travel is really great and the space/size is perfect. I wish it had a row of function keys, alas.

Trackpad: The trackpad is nice enough. It is very responsive both in terms of moving the cursor and clicking on apps and tasks. I do wish that more apps utilized gestures and features of the Magic Keyboard, but I can't really fault the product for that. It's not MacOS, after all.

Quality: I really like the quality of this keyboard. It is slightly thicker than the previous gen keyboard to accommodate the slightly thicker 5th gen iPad Pro. It feels sturdy when the iPad is attached and I THINK it leans a little further back than the previous gen, which is nice.

Overall, I like this product a lot. At the end of the day, if you're thinking that attaching this overpriced keyboard to the M1 iPad Pro is going to replace your laptop, that's probably not the case unless you're just surfing the web or using Amazon to shop. iPadOS is still the limiting factor in allowing an iPad to be an out-and-out alternative to a conventional laptop. That said, the Magic Keyboard has its benefits and if you don't mind the price, I'd definitely recommend it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Can the iPad Pro and the magic keyboard case really replace your laptop?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 19, 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars Can the iPad Pro and the magic keyboard case really replace your laptop?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 20, 2020
This is a review for the Apple Magic Keyboard (for 12.9-inch iPad Pro - 4th generation). I had to return this item to Amazon, due to an issue, but have since bought another and have used this for around three months now.

Can this replace your laptop?

To a certain extent, yes, but only for basic use. For example, if all you use your laptop for is word processing, sending emails or watching videos, then this is an excellent replacement for your laptop. It's convenient because not only can you now use a mouse (either externally or part of the keyboard), you can use touch also. If you want to edit videos or use photo editing, for example, this is an entirely different experience than using a laptop. However, there are dedicated apps available, they're a little clunky and in some cases are missing vital tools in the full software version on a laptop.

Things I like:

1. The excellent typing experience! There is an exceptional level of key travel, meaning it's quicker to type on, more accurate and reduces fatigue. I prefer typing with this keyboard; then I do on my Macbook Air (which has an awful butterfly switch keyboard).

2. The adjustable backlit keyboard! This is a great feature, meaning you can type in the dark or a dimly lit room with ease, making it perfect for those wintery nights in front of the fire with a cup of cocoa.

3. The quality! I mean you can't really expect anything else from Apple, but the build quality is fantastic. This feels like a premium product, the texture of the cases and that deep black colour ooze premium; it's sturdy, sleek and super easy to use.

4. The user-friendliness! It couldn't be simpler to start using the keyboard, you take it out of the box, and it magnetically attaches to the back of your iPad Pro, no fuss, no cables, no unique setup needed, just plug and play (or instead snap and go as I like to call it).

5. The strength of the magnetic connection is marvellous. You can swing your iPad, move it with speed, and even drop it (though I wouldn't recommend that) and it will not lose its connection. What's even better is you can also apply a skin or another protector to the back of it (which I have), and the connection is just as secure.

6. The mouse is as accurate as any other; it replaces a 'pointer' with a circle on your screen, and makes it easier to navigate webpages, or even open apps without touching the screen.

7. An extra USB-C port! This keyboard case has an additional USB-C port, meaning you can free up your main one for extra storage, or another accessory. This means you can charge your iPad whilst also listening to music if you have compatible headphones (or a headphone adapter for Apple Earpods etc.)

8. Space for the Apple pencil! As this case doesn't cover the entire iPad, there is space to attach your apple pencil to as well, it all works together, and doesn't reduce any magnetic connection or anything like that.

9. The viewing angles! There are I would say three viewing angles, which makes it easy for desktop, lap and cramped space use (see pictured). All viewing angles allow you to access the screen with your hand, as well as the keyboard and trackpad without an issue, though there isn't a 'tablet mode' or a 'writing-mode'.

10. The overall design! This keyboard case has been designed to ensure that your keyboard and trackpad is in just as close proximity to you as the touchscreen itself, it's designed so you can seamlessly work with the screen, and keyboard/trackpad at the same time.

Thing's I don't like:

1. The weight! When your iPad Pro is attached, it weighs a whopping 1362g, which is heavier than the Macbook Air and around the same weight as Macbook Pro. It is very bulky and heavy for something that is meant to replace your laptop.

2. Doesn't offer all-round protection! This is pretty self-explanatory, but it doesn't provide protection to your top, bottom or side of your iPad, and for a case that's so expensive, this is crucial for me.

3. The cost! While I appreciate this is a premium offering from Apple, it isn't (in my opinion) worth £350.00. Especially considering you can buy a basic laptop for the same price (if not cheaper), which is lighter. Albeit it likely won't have the same tech specs as an iPad Pro, if you want to replace your laptop and only wanting to use it for basic use, you're better off buying a laptop. If Apple really wants to replace your laptop with it's Magic Keyboard Case, then they need to make sure it doesn't actually cost the same price as a laptop, because it's a no brainer.

4. The keyboard doesn't register to your account or anything like that, so you can't track it in 'Find My', and it doesn't appear as one of your devices. If this were to be lost or stolen, you wouldn't be able to track it. Given its price point, it's a possibility that could happen.

5. Lack of tablet or writing-mode. The case doesn't lay flat, which is a massive issue for me. I like many other people use their iPad to write to notes or create drawings and other content; there is no viewing angle that would allow you to draw securely on your iPad without having it an awkward angle. HOWEVER... you can place your iPad on top of the keyboard and sit it in the groove (see pictured), perfect writing angle (you heard it here first).

6. Lack of function and escape keys. This keyboard doesn't have a physical escape key or any function keys, again for something that claims to replace your laptop entirely; this lets it down.

The final verdict:

If you want something to replace your laptop and want to use your iPad for basic computing needs, then this will be great for you. Though bear in mind, the case costs the same as an entry-level laptop, so it's down to whether you want the latest gadget or a basic computer. If you're debating whether to buy this along with an iPad and you want to use it for basic needs, then I suggest a basic laptop. For me this doesn't replace everything I need a laptop to do, it's clunky, the file system is weak, and when it comes to editing videos, audio or pictures, using a laptop is just so much better. Of course, this is just my opinion.

P.S. You'll be pleased to know, I have cleared my notifications (they bugged me too).
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Thing of Beauty
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Christian M.
4.0 out of 5 stars Sehr wertiges Keyboard, aber zu schwer.
Reviewed in Germany on May 31, 2021
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2.0 out of 5 stars Apple ??? ☹️ Sehr enttäuscht zum 3. mal
Reviewed in Germany on July 29, 2021
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2.0 out of 5 stars Apple ??? ☹️ Sehr enttäuscht zum 3. mal
Reviewed in Germany on July 29, 2021
Super gefreut auf die Weiße Tastatur und zum 3. male muss ich sie zurückschicken, weil die Qualität Unterirdisch ist 😞 . Wer 380 Euro für eine Tastatur hin legt möchte doch Qualität haben und nicht wie siehe Foto, als ob da Sandkörner hinter den Bezug ist 🙁 grausam !!! Wer die Tastatur bekommt bitte einmal prüfen mit ner Taschenlampe oder gegen das Licht halten. Apple ??? ☹️ Sehr enttäuscht
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Ant
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than a laptop.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 22, 2020
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