iPad Magic Keyboard works with M1-powered tablets, now in white
It's the priciest of Apple's iPad keyboards, and now it comes in a new color.
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Apple has steadily
out accessories for the iPad since the device's debut in 2010, and they tend to come with a hefty price tag. The Magic Keyboard is the priciest, costing so much it can increase the price of using an iPad to near that of a nice laptop.
The Magic Keyboard, announced in 2020, followed the
in 2015 and the
Smart Keyboard Folio
in 2018. They range from $159 for a Smart Keyboard to $349 for the most expensive Magic Keyboard, which is compatible with a 12.9-inch
. The Magic Keyboard is the only one available in white. All three keyboards are available in black.
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The iPad's other accessories are also compatible with the new iPads. The Apple Pencil stylus debuted in 2015 and got an upgrade with Apple Pencil 2 in 2018. They sell for $99 and $129, respectively. Rumors of an Apple Pencil 3 leaked in March, but no new stylus debuted at the event.