Apple will sell a physical keyboard and docking station for the iPad, with a retail price of $69. The keyboard will work with all of the apps included on the iPad, as well as Apple's iWork app suite. Third-party developers will be able to integrate keyboard compatibility, as well. The dock includes a 30-pin connection port, as well as an analog audio output.
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Apple will sell a physical keyboard and docking station for the iPad, with a retail price of $69. The keyboard will work with all of the apps included on the iPad, as well as Apple's iWork app suite. Third-party developers will be able to integrate keyboard compatibility, as well. The dock includes a 30-pin connection port, as well as an analog audio output.
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Apple will sell a physical keyboard and docking station for the iPad, with a retail price of $69. The keyboard will work with all of the apps included on the iPad, as well as Apple's iWork app suite. Third-party developers will be able to integrate keyboard compatibility, as well. The dock includes a 30-pin connection port, as well as an analog audio output.
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Here's a close-up of some of the unique function keys on the Apple iPad keyboard, including a key that enables the iPad's photo screensaver.
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