The Apple Magic Keyboard was introduced in October of 2015. It features a slimmer, sleeker, lower profile design and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery — while still sticking with the iconic Apple design. You can pair it with a Mac by simply plugging in the included Lighting charging cable, or pair it with your iPad, Apple TV, or iPad using standard Bluetooth discovering. The Magic Keyboard features an improved scissor mechanism for increased stability, and boasts improved key travel in a slimmer profile.
The Magic Keyboard arrived alongside the Magic Trackpad 2 and Magic Mouse 2.
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