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Apple – Magic Keyboard for 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation 2018) (4th Generation)


(8 customer reviews)
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Specification: Apple – Magic Keyboard for 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation 2018) (4th Generation)

Model Compatibility

Apple iPad Pro 12.9" (3rd Generation 2018), Apple iPad Pro 12.9" (4th Generation 2020)

Operating System Compatibility

Apple iPadOS



Product Name

Magic Keyboard for 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation 2018) (4th Generation)



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Adjustable Tilt


Number Of Keys


Palm Rest Included


Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts

1 year

Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor

1 year



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8 reviews for Apple – Magic Keyboard for 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation 2018) (4th Generation)

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  1. GoKoon

    I was really skeptical about purchasing the Magic Keyboard due to the hefty cost. However, the thought of having a keyboard and track pad combination for my iPad would be ideal when I’m editing videos or working with excel spreadsheets. I must say after using this product for about a week I am not disappointed. My MacBook Pro stays in my backpack mostly and now my iPad has become my primary device for work and my entertainment needs.

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  2. ChrisC724

    The iPad Pro with Magic Keyboard provides a laptop-like experience that’s unmatched by anything else in the market. Despite the Magic Keyboard being so far ahead of the competition, it does have its drawbacks that prevent it from being a perfect addition to the iPad.
    The keyboard – it does incredibly well in terms of functionality. The keyboard is top-notch and feels as it should; natural. The keys are spaced out properly and give you the same exact experience you’d have on Apple’s other magic keyboards. The backlit keys automatically adjust their brightness, a feature I’ve come to love (I’ve never felt the need to go into settings to adjust them). A common criticism for the keyboard is the lack of function keys, which I’m sure is a disappointment to many. I will say, the iPad Pro makes it incredibly easy to adjust things like volume and screen brightness, if that is a concern to you at all.
    The trackpad – it also shines, as it has a lovely feel to it when you move your fingers across it. With strong gesture support that I’m sure will be improved exponentially over the next update, I have to say the trackpad is one of the most enjoyable aspects of the Magic Keyboard. If I do have any critiquing, it’s that the trackpad feels somewhat small at times. Although I’ve adjust the trackpad speed, my finger still periodically slides to the top edge of the trackpad. A minor nuisance at best.
    Construction – my main issue with the Magic Keyboard lies here. The polyurethane material that is used here does have a nice feel to it, but easily attracts oil from fingers, as well as being prone to scratches or dents. It’s also the same material found on Apple’s Keyboard Folio which is disappointing, due to the fact that you’re paying an incredibly high price for this product. The durability of this keyboard is highly questionable – especially if you’re someone that plans to take this keyboard out often and in different conditions. Look at online reviews of Apple’s Keyboard Folio after months or years of use to get an estimate of what your Magic Keyboard may look like over time.
    Additional Thoughts – The USB-C port on the Magic Keyboard provides another charging option which is great, but it cannot detect any hardware being plugged into it. Disappointing? Yes, especially at the $350 price point. But if you feel like the single port on the iPad Pro itself is enough for you, then this drawback will be a bit easier to accept. In terms of overall weight, the Magic Keyboard with iPad Pro attached can feel a little hefty. I personally don’t mind it and I understand the need for the added weight. Lastly, the viewing angles are excellent. I’ve never felt the need to adjust it more than it’s capable of. I love using this keyboard on a table, and it’s pretty comfortable to use in my lap as well. You may experience a tip-over if you have the viewing angle at its max, or if you have the keyboard on your lap unevenly. Overall, I’ve found how to use it in various positions without it tipping over.
    In closing – the Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro is what I and many other iPad users have been wanting since the release of the iPad Pro…or even the iPad itself. It gets a lot of things right and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it if you decide to get it – the iPad experience takes a large leap here. The price can be hard to justify, especially if you feel like it should be a perfect product at the $350 price point. In that case, I would recommend using Apple or 3rd party keyboards/trackpads to get similar functionality.
    (photos attached have a black skin applied to the Magic Keyboard)

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  3. Mykeal

    I enjoy using this keyboard more than my traditional laptop. This keyboard doesn’t have physical backlit or screen brightness controls. Also no apple pencil holder. What I do like about this case is the ability to just quit detach the ipad. Overall its a good case but overly priced!

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  4. Jack

    Turn your I Pad Pro 12.9 into a laptop. It works as a protector of the iPad as well, but I recommend getting Tomtoc bag for on the go.

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  5. Fyrcap

    This keyboard is one of Apple’s best addition to the IPad. Unlike its predecessor, this keyboard is lighted which really is a nice feature. It protects the IPad & is a rubberized exterior for added friction to prevent it slipping out of your hands when transporting it. It is very responsive and functional.

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  6. xholywater61

    I’ve been waiting and researching for the best iPad Pro keyboard that I can use for work and this was the answer
    Here were my requirements:
    – Seamless integration with the iPad Pro and no connectivity issues.
    – Great typing experience. The original iPad Pro keyboard made by Apple had one of the worst typing experiences.
    – Well built and looks good with the iPad Pro.
    The only negative probably for most iPad Pro owners is the price. I was looking forward to using it and making it part of my workflow, but unfortunately, I had to return the product because I found out I had no more work to return to because of this Pandemic.
    If you still have work and you plan to use this as a keyboard, you will definitely love it and will make up for the cost of it through an improvement in your productivity.

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  7. Tricia

    I LOVE it . I adore this magnetic keyboard style design.

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  8. MagicApple

    Excellent product. Love apple and all of its products.

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