If you’ve ever typed out long paragraphs on your smartphone or tablet using the on-screen keyboard, you know that it isn’t exactly a very pleasant experience. There’s something about using a physical keyboard with tactile feedback that makes it easier, but Apple thinks that they can change your mind.
Apple’s iPad supports the use of external keyboard and in more recent years, mice as well. However, the use of the keyboard and mouse are mostly for general use, like typing up documents, surfing the web, sending emails, and so on, but that is soon set to change as Apple will be bringing keyboard and mouse support to gaming on the iPad.
One of the benefits of Apple shifting to ARM-based chipsets is that it might address thermal issues that one might associate with regular computer processors. This also means that Apple could do away with additional components like a fan, and as a result, we could be seeing thinner laptops from the company in the future.
Apple’s Magic Keyboards are functional and as far as bundled keyboards with computers are concerned, they work just fine and there really isn’t that much to complain about. However, for mechanical keyboard enthusiasts out there, what if Apple were to one day make their own mechanical keyboard?
When Apple announced their new iPad Pro earlier this year, they also announced a new Magic Keyboard accessory. Unlike the Smart Keyboard, the new Magic Keyboard comes with a trackpad and uses scissor switches which will make it feel more like a proper keyboard compared to what was offered from before.
The Windows key is useful if you want to quickly launch applications and other shortcuts, but at times, it can be annoying, especially if you’re gaming, so here’s how you can easily disable the key.
Nobody really likes dealing with cables and wires, which is why wireless mice and keyboards are becoming more popular these days. However, when it comes to mechanical keyboards, there aren’t that many wireless options out there, but Logitech is surely expanding on that with their latest keyboard.
With Apple updating the 13-inch MacBook Pro, the company had officially purged its laptop lineup of the butterfly keyboard and brought back the more reliable scissor switch keyboard. It felt like Apple was quietly acknowledging that they made a mistake with the butterfly keyboards and that they were done with it once and for all.
Apple usually recommends that customers of its products use official or authorized accessories to charge their devices. This is because Apple has a certain standard that third-party accessory makers need to meet in order to be considered as an authorized accessory. However, for the most part, a lot of times you could get away with using unauthorized third-party accessories.
It is no secret that mechanical keyboards are loved and hated by many. Those who hate on it generally do so because of the sound, where especially if you work in an office environment, the constant clicking and clacking could drive some crazy. However, it seems that YouTuber Jatin Patel might have taken the cake with what could be the world’s loudest and most potentially annoying keyboard.
When Apple announced the new Magic Keyboard accessory for the iPad Pro earlier this year, it brought the tablet one step closer to being a potential laptop replacement. This is thanks to the introduction of the trackpad to the Magic Keyboard, giving iPad Pro users better control over their tablet.
Alongside the 2020 iPad Pro, Apple also announced a new Magic Keyboard accessory for the tablet. Unlike the previous Smart Keyboard, this keyboard offers a new scissor switch mechanism and more importantly, it comes with a trackpad! Unfortunately, it is expensive as it costs $299 for the base model for the 11-inch iPad Pro, and going up to $349 for the 12.9-inch model.
When Apple announced their new iPad Pro earlier this year, one of the new features of the iPad Pro and its software is the support for trackpads. To that end, Apple also announced a new Magic Keyboard accessory for the new iPad Pro that comes with redesigned scissor switch keys and a built-in trackpad.
If you’ve ever dived into the world of custom mechanical keyboards, then you know that dedicated macro pads are pretty common. This allows users to bind specific apps and functions to them, while creating a macro pad using keycaps and switches of their own personal preference.