Apple's brilliant new Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro is already on sale

Apple’s brilliant new Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro is already on sale


Don't pay full price when you can save!
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Apple’s brilliant new Magic Keyboard might be the best accessory ever made for iPad Pro. Get your 11-inch model today on Amazon and enjoy an early discount. You can also save on the 11-inch Smart Keyboard Folio.

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The new Magic Keyboard not only looks spectacular, but it’s Apple’s first iPad Pro accessory with a built-in trackpad. It’s perfect for those who want to turn their tablet into a laptop replacement to stay productive on the go.

The big problem with the Magic Keyboard is that it’s pricey. It starts at $299 for the 11-inch model, and rises to a whopping $349 for the 12.9-inch model. But the former is currently available on Amazon at $10 off the usual price.

Save $10 on Magic Keyboard

No, it’s not the biggest discount you’ll find on an Apple product today, but every little helps. It’s also rare to see sales on Apple devices before they’re even started shipping properly yet.

The discount reduces the 11-inch Magic Keyboard to $289.98 shipped. Amazon notes that it has not received stock yet; this is a pre-order that will begin shipping as soon as the Magic Keyboard is available.

If you’re looking to spend even less, check out the newest Smart Keyboard Folio. Amazon is also offering the 11-inch model at a reduced rate of $169.98 — down from $179. The 12.9-inch model is down to $189.98 — from $199.

Sadly, there is no discount on the 12.9-inch Magic Keyboard yet. But you will find some sweet savings on other Apple devices, including $94 off HomePod:


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