Apple releases iPad Pro keyboard: built-in trackpad, scissor-like structure

Apple today released the new iPad Pro, which uses an A12Z bionic chip, starting with a 128GB capacity, and upgraded to a dual rear camera that supports a touchpad. Immediately after, Apple launched the new Magic Keyboard, which not only added a touchpad accordingly, but also changed the key switch to a scissors-type structure.

Apple says that the built-in trackpad of the new Magic Keyboard opens up a new way of interacting with iPad OS, and its built-in USB-C excuse can also be used for charging.

This smart keyboard uses a full-size key design. The key switch is replaced by a butterfly structure with a 1mm keystroke scissors structure, and a keyboard backlight is added.

Its built-in touchpad can be used to operate the iPad OS cursor or perform multi-touch gesture operations. The suspension bracket structure supports multi-angle adjustment, which allows users to find a more suitable use angle.

This smart keyboard is available in 11-inch and 12.9-inch versions, which are compatible with the new version and the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro introduced last year, which means that if you think you have a smart keyboard with a butterfly keyboard in your hand If your typing feels bad, you can switch to this version.

The 11-inch version is priced at 2399 yuan (USD $343) , and the 12.9-inch version is priced at 2699 yuan (USD $386) . It will be available in May this year.