This is a review of Apple's wireless magic keyboard.
Let me start off by saying that this keyboard is probably one of the less expensive Apple products out their. it's $99, including tax.
The keyboard can be pared by turning on bluetooth on your mac or iOS device. On the top right of the keyboard is the on/off switch and to the left of that is the lightning port for charging the battery. On the four corners of the back of the keyboard are little pieces of rubber shaped like circles. These prevent the keyboard from sliding when you are typing.
What I love about this keyboard is how convenient it is. You know how it is if you ever want to take notes on your iOS device or send a text message or write something down really quick. Although dictation and Siri are wonderful features, you may be in a situation where you don't want everyone to hear what you are saying. And typing on the touchscreen with VoiceOver can be slow. Personally I like to type fast, but some people may prefer the touchscreen and that's fine.
I also like that this keyboard has the general layout of the Macintosh, which really helps if you are already used to a mac. With this keyboard, you can move around your screen with the arrow keys or use control + option and the left, right, up and down arrows to navigate your device. If you want to open an app you can press control option space. You also have the option in the VoiceOver settings screen to change the VoiceOver modifier keys, so instead of using control + option, you can also just use caps lock.
This keyboard is thin and light yet durable.
I'd highly recommend this keyboard to anyome who wants a quick way to type using their iOS device. Plus, you only need to charge the battery about once a month, and you can leave the keyboard turned on.