If you’ve been looking for one of Apple’s iPad or Mac keyboards, Amazon still has plenty of models on sale and with Christmas shipping.
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Starting with iPad keyboards, you can buy the 11-inch iPad Pro Magic Keyboard $209.99 In black, starting at $299.00. That remains the best price we’ve ever seen on an accessory that also supports the fourth- and fifth-generation iPad Air.
Second, Apple’s Smart Keyboard Folio for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro has hit a low price. $139.99From less than $199.00 on Amazon. Like the 11-inch Magic Keyboard, you can get this Smart Keyboard Folio, which will ship by December 24 with the fastest shipping option.
For Mac keyboards, Amazon has the Apple Magic Keyboard with a numeric keypad $99.98Reduced from $129.00. This is a wireless keyboard and it does not support Touch ID. In addition to Mac, it can also be used with iPhone and iPad.
If you’re looking for a Touch ID model (and don’t need a numeric keypad), Amazon has the Apple Magic Keyboard with Touch ID. $137.97Reduced from $149.00. It can be shipped by December 24th via the fastest shipping option.
Keep an eye out for all of this week’s best deals on Apple products and related accessories in our special roundup of Apple Deals.
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