Smart Keyboard for 12.9‑inch iPad Pro — US English

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  • Overview

    The Smart Keyboard combines advanced technologies to create a keyboard like no other. It’s a full-sized keyboard that’s fully portable, and it connects to iPad Pro with the Smart Connector. Just attach the Smart Keyboard and start typing. And when you’re done, it folds to create a slim, lightweight cover.

  • iPad Models

    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd Generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st Generation)
  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Don't listen to the haters....This is a fantastic "keyboard"

      Love at first use. This keyboard is amazing. Yes, it does only cover the front, but so what. Yes, there is no holder for the pencil, but, so what. Yes, the Love at first use. This keyboard is amazing. Yes, it does only cover the front, but so what. Yes, there is no holder for the pencil, but, so what. Yes, there may be some functionality glitches, but again, so what. This Smart "KEYBOARD" for iPad Pro rocks. Apple only promised us a keyboard, and that's what this is. The whiners probably shake their birthday cards for money before they read them, so sad. This is by far the best peripheral keyboard I've ever used in terms of feel and accuracy. Oh, and the feel/look of the materials/design is far from cheap, as mentioned in some other reviews. They nailed it, AGAIN!! Thanks Apple. Bottom Line - Drop the coin and don't look back. This keyboard will transform your iPad Pro into a monster of mayhem.(in a good way). Cheers!!

      • Written by Eric P from Houston

      1431 of 1823 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Don't listen to the haters....This is a fantastic "keyboard"

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      After 35 years of computing, my favorite keyboard of all time.

      Yes, the review about the lack of a caps lock indicator is true, as is the (lack) of ability to activate voice in iMessage, but I still find myself loving the k Yes, the review about the lack of a caps lock indicator is true, as is the (lack) of ability to activate voice in iMessage, but I still find myself loving the keyboard. I make virtually no typing errors on it, and it's proximity to the display makes the combination of a keyboard and the touch screen really work. With my other iPads, I used several aftermarket keyboards and typically abandoned them in a short time. I love this one, and hope that the shortcomings will be resolved soon in software.

      • Written by Paul S from Lake Worth

      949 of 1058 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?After 35 years of computing, my favorite keyboard of all time.

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Best keyboard experience

      The keyboard might seem a bit on the higher end when it comes to the price, but then it is a pleasure to use. Based on my past experience with Logitech keyboard The keyboard might seem a bit on the higher end when it comes to the price, but then it is a pleasure to use. Based on my past experience with Logitech keyboards, I was a bit sceptical in using a keyboard at first but so far have not been disappointed. The quality is excellent, the keyboard works and integrates well with the iPadPro. Some people might want a trackpad - but given it is an iPad, you really do not need any. I recommend to get an Apple Pencil as well.

      • Written by Torsten W from Milwaukee

      808 of 921 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Best keyboard experience

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Apple I-Pad 12.9 Pro Keybord HELP

      love the Apple I-Pad 12.9 Pro Keybord....The Best keyboard I ever used WHILE THEY LAST......The first one I bought from the Apple Store at Ridge Hil Lasted 6 mo love the Apple I-Pad 12.9 Pro Keybord....The Best keyboard I ever used WHILE THEY LAST......The first one I bought from the Apple Store at Ridge Hil Lasted 6 months I returned it and they gave me another. This one lasted about the same time. I felt like a jerk returning it again so I bought a Logi which works but is to heavy for every day use...I hate the Logi and love the Apple but

      • Written by John O from Yonkers

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Apple I-Pad 12.9 Pro Keybord HELP

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Abysmal product support

      Bit the bullet and bought the stupid-expensive 12.9 ipad pro, because I used my old 3rd gen ipad so much, but wanted one I could type on a tactile keyboard with Bit the bullet and bought the stupid-expensive 12.9 ipad pro, because I used my old 3rd gen ipad so much, but wanted one I could type on a tactile keyboard with. Bit the bullet while cringing and bought the stupidly-expensive smart-keyboard to go with it. Then comes along iOS11 with all its problems which had me swearing at Apple every day I used one of their products, so I had no idea that the "accessory not supported" messages happening with increasing regularity was something other than just another one of their annoying bugs I had to endure... by the time I had learned about their "free replacement" program for the keyboards, I was one month past 3-years in, so nope, I gotta dish out MORE money to get what I (as a developer/programmer) see as behaviors indicative of a software or firmware issue they don't want to fix/acknowledge, and simply want me to dish out more money for more garbage that is probably going to be junk in another <3 years. After gladly drinking the Kool-Aid and dishing out money hand-over-fist for what had always been promises delivered on quality, I'd say I've been burned so badly over the past 2 years with subpar mundane every-company mediocrity that I'm slowly pulling the Apple tentacles out of my life and jumping ship... which is really sad, since I've been a hard-core Mac-head since 1987. They need to remember Jobs didn't jump on every good idea that came through the door - they need to tighten up their product line and stop trying to throw the kitchen sink at us and simply do what they do FLAWLESSLY. Don't follow the Microsoft scrum/agile feature+deadline=profit model - it's worthless. Apple was built on it reputation for unrelentless zen quality, not the status quo. Now it's just coming off as trite and greedy - it can't come up with any one innovative idea to do well, so it simply throws everything at everyone in mediocrity, and says a la Tom Sawyer, "I'll let you pay me for the privilege of painting this fence." No thanks.

      • Written by Janis K from Tyngsboro

      Is this review useful?Abysmal product support

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Went through 4 replacements under warranty

      When this works, it’s amazing. The feel and operation are great. But mine have failed consistently at about 6 months each. Here’s hoping the 2018 version has ad When this works, it’s amazing. The feel and operation are great. But mine have failed consistently at about 6 months each. Here’s hoping the 2018 version has addressed the problem.

      • Written by GLADE S from salt lake city

      Is this review useful?Went through 4 replacements under warranty

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