Apple introduces Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouses, and Magic Trackpads


Apple Magic Accessories: Apple’s revolutionary Magic accessories for Mac computers are now available in India. Magic Keyboards, Magic Mouses, and Magic Trackpads are among the available accessories.

The attachments that were presented when Cupertino debuted the M1-powered iMac back in April and had kept some accessories unique to it, but they can now be purchased as independent items, are now available for purchase. There are four different Magic Keyboards on sale. The regular Magic Keyboard, which lacks Touch ID but is wireless and rechargeable, is the first option. Apple claims that this keyboard has a long battery life, with the capacity to power the keyboard for up to a month between charges. Furthermore, the keyboard can automatically pair with a Mac, and it comes with a USB Type-C to a lightning connector that can be used to connect the keyboard to a Mac and charge it. The keyboard is also compatible with select iPhone, iPad, and iPod devices. However, for those who are curious, the keyboard cannot be linked with a non-Apple device. The standard Magic Keyboard is available at Rs 9,500 in India. A Magic Keyboard with a numeric keypad is also available, with all of the same functionality as a normal Magic Keyboard plus an additional numeric keypad and compatibility with a range of iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Mac models. This keyboard can be purchased in India for Rs 12,500. Meanwhile, the Magic Keyboard with Touch ID has the same specs as the standard Magic Keyboard, but with the addition of Touch ID, which makes sign-ins and transactions quicker and faster. This keyboard, on the other hand, is only compatible with Macs that use Apple silicon – that is, Macs with M1 processors – and are running macOS 11.4 or later. It is priced at Rs 14,500.

Aside from Magic Keyboards, customers may also purchase the Magic Mouse, which is wireless and rechargeable and features a multi-touch surface that allows users to do activities such as scrolling through websites with easy motions. It also features a long-lasting battery, like the Magic Keyboard. It immediately pairs with Mac and comes with a USB Type-C to lightning connection. The Magic Mouse is compatible with Bluetooth-enabled Macs running OS X 10.11 or later, as well as iPads running iPadOS 13.4 or later, and costs Rs 7,500. The Magic Trackpad is the final item that has been made available for purchase. It is wireless and rechargeable, and it supports a wide variety of multi-touch motions as well as force touch technologies. According to Cupertino, the sensors beneath the surface of the trackpad can detect the somewhat varied amount of pressure that users apply. The Magic Trackpad is available in India for Rs 12,500 and works with the same devices like the Magic Mouse.

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