One of the surprises that has been accompanying the new iPad Pro, which includes ToF and LiDar, among other functions is a new keyboard, which comes to accompany the current Smart Keyboard Folio and Smart Keyboard and which includes, along with some new specifications, a trackpad built into the keyboard itself.
This new keyboard includes keys of standard size that according to the own Apple has been designed specifically for the iPad Pro. The input system Mixes stiff keys with a 1mm travel scissor mechanism, but the most incredible feature is that the iPad, placed on this keyboard, stays floating thanks to the magnetic support and includes a USBC connector for simultaneous charging, in addition to backlight.
This allows more use of space to include a new trackpad on the keyboard itself, accompanied by a new cursor system to be available for all Apple tablets upgrade to iPadOS 13.4, which is the version that includes mouse and trackpad support; This update will be available on March 24 for all models of iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and later, iPad 5th generation and later, and iPad mini 4 and later.
The Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro be available for purchase in May for $ 299 (strong for the USA) for the 11-inch iPad Pro and $ 349 (again, US price) for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, both available with settings for over 30 languages, including Simplified Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish.
The keyboard is also Backward compatible with iPad Pro with Face ID.
Ms in Hypertextual