Apple Magic Keyboard Review For iPad All you need to know

In today's article, we will try to full review the whole new Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad that has been launch recently. We also talk to its looks, its performance, features, build design, compatibility, all stuff like that. We will try to explain and provide you some useful reviews, on that basis you will take your decision. So, let's dig the article!

Magic Keyboard

At first glance, Apple’s new Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro seems like it’s exactly what numerous people are asking for: a well-made keyboard case with a trackpad that finally allows you to use the iPad as a sort of laptop.

It’s a well-made, beautiful keyboard case that’s nice to type on and makes much work on the iPad way more convenient — or a minimum of familiar. It’s also expensive, starting at $299 for the USB‑C port and $349 for the 12.9-inch version. (An entry-level iPad — yes, an entire iPad — will run you $329 before any discounts, for reference.)

Products information

iPad Pro-Magic Keyboard Overview

The all‑new Magic Keyboard is a tremendous companion for iPad Pro. It might give you the simplest typing experience ever on iPad, a trackpad that exposes new ways to figure with iPadOS, a USB‑C port for passthrough charging, and front and back protection. The Magic Keyboard features a floating cantilever design, allowing you to connect iPad Pro magnetically and to smoothly adjust it to the right viewing angle for you.

iPad Pro keyboard

iPad Pro-Magic Keyboard Highlight

A scissor mechanism with 1 mm travel for quiet, responsive typing, Full‑size, and most important backlit keys.

Designed for Multi‑Touch gestures and therefore the cursor in iPadOS.

Smooth angle adjustability delivers the right viewing angle.

USB Type-C port for charging iPad Pro, For other accessories, it freeing up the port on iPad Pro.

Folds into a case to supply front and back protection for traveling with iPad Pro.

System Requirement

iPad Pro 11-inch (1st or 2nd generation) or iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd or 4th generation) both running iPadOS 13.4 or later.

Good Stuff Bad Stuff

Here we first take a look at the good stuff.

overview of magic keyboard for iPad pro

  1. Trust me here you will surely get a great typing experience.
  2. It has an inbuilt trackpad yes, you are right it has an excellent trackpad inbuilt that feels like you are using your MacBook.
  3. And finally, I tell you it's build quality that strongly and solidly built that Apple always does.

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Now move to next, Bad stuff. I'm not sure about these points are bad or good. Because it depends on the user's usages. But here it's a review article so, I'll provide here a few bad stuff according to my usages.

Havier and thick

  1. I always like small and lite weight devices. That's why here this keyboard is quite heavy and thick.
  2. You know it's Apple Upper-Class Brand, of course very expensive as always like it's other devices.
  3. It depends on different users, it has no function row. Yes, there is a lack of function row. You will not get here any function key at the top of the row like a normal keyboard.

iPad Pro-Magic Keyboard Build Quality

The Magic Keyboard is made sort of a tank. that's both a blessing and a curse, however. there's nearly zero flex to the keyboard deck. the entire thing is stable on your lap and well-balanced. It’s not tippy in the least.

That balance probably comes partly from the Magic Keyboard’s most original design element: the floating screen. The iPad doesn’t just angle up from the rear of the keyboard deck like your laptop; it floats a bit. It’s quite pretty. you'll be able to tilt the screen from 90 to 130 degrees, which sounds fine on paper. But in practice, 130 degrees isn't nearly enough.

Tilt 90 to 130 degree

It also has the additional advantage of moving the screen that much closer to your face once you ’re working and also to your fingers when you want to succeed in up to use the touchscreen.

Type C Port

There is a USB-C port on the side of the hinge, but it only does passthrough charging, not data transfer. meaning if you propose to use an external display or USB hub with the iPad, you’re still cursed with dangling adapters off the side of the tablet.

Type C port magic keyboard

As I discussed above, the Magic Keyboard is additionally fairly thick. For the typing experience, that’s great. the entire kit is thicker than my 13-inch MacBook Pro when closed. the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with the Magic Keyboard weighs just shy of three pounds, about 25 percent heavier than the iPad Pro with the older Smart Keyboard. Three pounds is the same weight because of the 13-inch MacBook Pro and heavier than the new MacBook Air.

The Magic Keyboard turns the iPad into an excellent laptop, though one that’s a touch heavier and thicker than you would possibly expect.

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