Apple currently offers entire Magic Keyboard

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The wireless keyboard called the Magic Keyboard was created by Apple to function flawlessly with every Mac model, but it can also be simply associated with an iPad, Apple TV, or an iPhone. The “Magic” Keyboard was originally released in 2015 as the replacement for the Apple Wireless Keyboard, which was powered by batteries rather than a Lightning cable.

Apple includes the Magic Keyboard free of charge when you buy an iMac, Mac mini, Mac Studio, or Mac Pro, and it is the same keyboard that is built into the most recent MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models. The layout, switches, and keys on the keyboard are all the same, making it a consistent experience.

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Obviously, the Magic Keyboard of today isn’t the same one that was introduced in 2015. The Magic Keyboard’s low-travel butterfly switches received harsh criticism for being so prone to error. This is the most significant alteration. However, Apple has also integrated Touch ID and other capabilities into the most recent Magic Keyboards, and they now also come in a variety of colors. Even a Magic Keyboard made specifically for the 10.9″ iPad Air, 11″ iPad Pro, and 12.9″ iPad Pro is available.

In addition to unveiling the updated iMacs with the new M1 chipsets in 2021, Apple also debuted the first Magic Keyboard with Touch ID at the same time. These are the first (and solely accessible) Magic Keyboards in hues including blue, green, red, orange, and yellow. To be clear, only devices with Apple’s M1 chip will support Touch ID on these specific Magic Keyboards (or the more recent M2 chipset). Additionally, Apple exclusively sells these colored Magic Keyboards with the purchase of a 24″ iMac; they are not available independently.

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