Chapter in this post:
It is already August and therefore soon time for the next one Apple Keynote, for the next products from Cupertino and of course for the new iPhone. Last year we were also delighted with a new iPad, the iPad Prowhich, according to Apple, can also serve as a laptop replacement. So that you can build a laptop or a replacement for a MacBook from the touchscreen, you first need one dockable keyboard. In the original version from Apple, this was only available as a QWERTY model. But now, after almost a year of waiting, there is finally one iPad Pro QWERTY keyboard from Apple!
The Smart Keyboard for the iPad Pro, which comes with a screen diagonal of 12,9 inches, is finally available in the Apple Online Shop with QWERTZ layout. Hopefully you haven't ordered the original Apple with a US keyboard out of desperation and have already got used to the interchanging of Z and Y. Because the new purchase of the iPad Pro QWERTY keyboard costs 179,00 euros. The delivery is free of charge.
But also for the small iPad Pro or ipad mini or - if you like - iPad Pro 9.7 is that there? Smart keyboard with QWERTY layout. On the product page you first have to select the conventional keyboard and then select “German” in the language menu. You can then order a typing aid for the small iPad Pro without having to change your typing behavior. The price here is 169,00 euros. Delivery is free again.
In the future there will always be new products from Apple, including new iPads and maybe even phablets that could be converted into a netbook using a keyboard. With a view to this product-rich future One can only hope that a QWERTY keyboard offered by Apple from the outset will become the standard.
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.