Magic Keyboard for iPad Pros: the first video hands-on
The new Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro from Apple has arrived before expected for some users, who have posted videos that show a close-up look at the new keyboard.
Apple has announced the Magic Keyboard with the new iPad on march 18, describing it thus:
The Magic Keyboard snaps magnetically to the iPad Pro, with the gorgeous Multi-Touch display suspended above the keys thanks to a tilt system wizard that allows you to adjust the viewing angle up to 130°. In her design, portable, packs a full-size keyboard with backlit keys with scissor mechanism and an excursion of 1 mm to write in a precise and comfortable anywhere, even when you hold the device in your lap. The trackpad, Magic Keyboard, with a surface that allows you to click anywhere, complete with the touch interface of the iPad, simplifying the navigation and the control of the cursor, and allowing you to work with great precision. Thanks to a USB-C charging pass-through, the Magic Keyboard allows you to charge your iPad Pro without taking up the USB-C on the device, which remains free to attach accessories such as disks and external monitor. And as an additional safety, when the Magic Keyboard is docked and closed, the microphone of the iPad Pro is turned off to avoid compromising any audio data.
A user in thailand, has published several videos showing the unboxing of the new keyboard, the USB port-C positioned on the hinge of the keyboard, which is used for charging passthrough, and the ability to adjust the brightness of the backlit keys.
Also MrExitStrategy has published several videos that show many of the key new features of the dell keyboard. The first of these shows the hinges of the housing, which offers a tilt system wizard that allows you to adjust the viewing angle up to 130°.
Another video offers a look at the preferences panel of the Magic Keyboard in the Settings app, which reveals that the brightness of the keys can be changed manually or adjusted automatically according to the lighting conditions of the environment.
The YouTuber has published a video comparison with the case Smart Folio and also shows some of the new trackpad gestures available iPadOS 13.4. From the video we can notice that the trackpad uses a click mechanical rather than tactile feedback.
At the beginning of this week, Apple has opened up preorders for the Magic Keyboard together with those for the new iPhone IF, with deliveries scheduled to start next week.