Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID no longer exclusive to M1 iMac: India price tag, leading features, other specifics

Apple Magic Accessories: Tech giant Apple’s all-new Magic accessories for Mac devices have been rolled out in India. These accessories incorporate Magic Keyboards, Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad. The goods up for sale incorporate the accessories that had been introduced when Cupertino launched the M1-powered iMac back in April and had kept some accessories exclusive to it, but they can also now be bought as standalone goods.

The Magic Keyboards up for sale incorporate 4 variants. The initially of these is the typical Magic Keyboard that does not have a Touch ID but is wireless and rechargeable. Apple is touting this keyboard to have a lengthy lasting battery life with the potential to energy the keyboard for about a month in between charges. Moreover, the keyboard also has the potential to pair up with a Mac automatically, and it also has a USB Type-C to Lightning cable that can be used to connect the keyboard with Mac and to charge it. The keyboard is also compatible with some models of iPhone, iPad and iPod. However, for any person questioning, the keyboard can not be paired with a non-Apple device. The typical Magic Keyboard has been priced in India at Rs 9,500.

A Magic Keyboard with numeric keypad is also readily available possessing the very same features as a typical Magic Keyboard with an more numeric keypad, and it is compatible with quite a few iPhone, iPad, iPod and Mac models. This keyboard is readily available for buy in India at Rs 12,500.

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Meanwhile, the Magic Keyboard with Touch ID has the very same specifications as the typical Magic Keyboard with an added element of Touch ID applying which authentications for sign ins and purchases becomes a lot easier and quicker. This keyboard on the other hand, is only compatible with Macs possessing Apple silicon – that is, the Macs which are fitted with M1 chips – and operating on macOS 11.4 or later. It is readily available for Rs 14,500.

The largest gun in the Magic Keyboard variety that Cupertino has, on the other hand, is the Magic Keyboard with Touch ID and numeric keypad. It permits customers to safely authenticate logins and purchases though also giving a numeric keypad to customers whose work needs them to heavily work with numbers. This variant, just like Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, is compatible only with the handful of Macs that are equipped with Apple’s in-home M1 processor and are operating on macOS 11.4 or later. This keyboard has been priced at Rs 17,500.

Apart from the Magic Keyboards, customers can also buy Magic Mouse – which is wireless and rechargeable, and it has a multi-touch surface to enable customers to carry out tasks like swiping in between net pages with uncomplicated gestures. It also has a lengthy-lasting battery, comparable to that of the Magic Keyboard. It is paired automatically with Mac, and also has a USB Type-C to Lightning cable. The Magic Mouse, readily available for Rs 7,500 can work with Bluetooth-enabled Macs possessing OS X 10.11 or later and iPads operating on iPadOS 13.4 or later.

The last accessory that has been made readily available for sale is the Magic Trackpad. It is wireless and rechargeable and has a complete variety of multi-touch gestures and force touch technologies. The sensors beneath the surface of the trackpad can detect the subtly distinct quantity of stress that customers apply, Cupertino has stated. The Magic Trackpad, priced at Rs 12,500 in India, and is compatible with the very same devices that Magic Mouse can work with.

Originally appeared on: TheSpuzz