• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not As Bad As Some Say

    • Written by William S from Reno

    I am not too sure why this keyboard either gets five stars or one but for me it is pretty OK.
    Yes the keyboard sits really flat and the keys feel like a laptop key when struck but those are not my issues. For those who state that this keyboard will give wrist and hand issues, not too sure where they got their medical degrees but I have had both hands/wrists and all my fingers surgically altered and I don't see this keyboard causing me to have any further medical intervention.
    I will have to wait and see about the life of the keyboard and the battery before I pass judgment on that but for now I give the this keyboard a thumbs up until further notice.

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    I love this keyboard!

    • Written by Patricia O from Milpitas

    I didn't like it at first but since it came with my computer I very easily became use to it, in fact, I no longer like the feel of other keyboards. My only problem was that it didn't have a number keyboard on the right. I have ordered my second one since my first one is dying after 8yrs.

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Satistifed

    • Written by Alexandre V from Sherbrooke

    Hate my Macbook Pro's keyboard (2018). Sticky keys, loud... and the awful TouchBar... you can't play any video game with that.

    Pros:
    - Keys are thin and close together: perfect for gaming
    - Lightning cable included
    - Bluetooth
    - Simple

    Cons:
    - Not backlit

    6 of 9 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great keyboard

    • Written by António M from Odivelas

    Got my 2015 iMac 21' in December 2017, and the Portuguese keyboard came included. Although this is my 1st high-end keyboard, I love the way it feels. My only complain is that alt and ctrl keys do not have ⌥ and ⌃ printed in too like command has, and that caused me a hassle while trying to learn shortcuts. Another little problem while using macOS but big problem in Windows 10 is the inexistence of a delete-key.

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy setup, works well

    • Written by Jim F from San Antonio

    I purchased the keyboard for use in the office with my (closed) laptop, a 27-inch monitor, and a trackpad. Setup was a snap and the keyboard is solid and comfortable. I do miss the touch-strip from my laptop, but mostly because of the fingerprint sensor for login. Maybe a future release of the keyboard will include that.

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Expensive, but great.

    • Written by Scott G from 枚方市牧野本町1丁目

    Small, epic battery, good-looking, and decent feel when typing. I'm not a great typist and I can hit about 70 wpm on this. Looks great in my office.

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Love using the keyboard but I have worn it out in two years.

    • Written by Patricia L from Asheville

    I have no problem with the keyboard like many of the reviewers. I like that it is light weight and I can move it away from the computer when my cats decides to nap on my desk. I teach online and type a tremendous amount daily. After two years a number of keys are no longer working well. I have to hit them harder which means I cannot type as fast. Figure it´s cheaper to replace it than to seek repairs.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Typing Magic

    • Written by Sara F from Concord

    This keyboard has worked for me for the past two years. I like how you can charge it and still use it at the same time, unlike the magic mouse. I have never lost connectivity with the bluetooth keyboard. I rate this 4 stars, because there is no backlight. If it was just slight (underneath the printing of the letters and symbols) it would be phenomenal.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than the previous generation

    • Written by Christopher B from McKinney

    I owned and used the previous Apple wireless keyboard (no num keypad) for over 3+ years and loved it. Then it started causing my bluetooth connections to go crazy on the Mac. So, despite the bad reviews, I got this one. I am grateful to say, that they actually improved it in almost every way. I read a lot of the bad reviews and i assume it came down to preference (if the device isn't malfunctioning). Chiefly, I use it with my MBP and it feels more comfortable than the older keyboard.

    Highlights:
    - key travel is almost perfect. I don't have to press "hard" to invoke the key. It makes typing easier
    - the keys are quieter and "feel" lighter in their feedback
    - looks better, cleaner

    Overall it is a worthy upgrade from the previous generation, but it is definitely not worth $90, perhaps $60 if new. I got a refurb for $57 and so far it is great.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice and compact

    • Written by Steve W from Walnut Creek

    I think this is a good choice if you like Apple keyboards and need something compact. I have a 2017 MacBook Pro and have been using a full-sized last-generation Apple keyboard for several years when at my desk; I got this little guy for ergonomic reasons, to reduce my reach to my mouse. Compared to the MBP and the full-sized keyboard, features fall somewhere in the middle. Key travel is slightly greater than on the MBP but not as much as the last-generation Apple keyboard. Key noise is somewhat less than the MBP, about the same as the big keyboard. Key surface is smoother than the last-gen Apple keyboards but not as smooth as the MBP. Personally I prefer the feel of the last generation keyboards but this isn't horrible! One review here complains about tiny key size however except for the bottom row,keys are the same size as the bigger keyboard (top row is actually larger), and larger than the MBP keyboard. My issues come with the bottom row, which has the same layout as the MBP keyboard. This puts the Fn key on the far left and the cursor keys at the right with the up and down keys half-height. The Fn key is in a more convenient position than the last-gen full-sized keyboard however I keep hitting it when I want the Control key! I don't have an issue with the half-height up and down keys on my MBP however on this one I have more trouble; I think it's because the inside edges are more beveled than on the MBP which leaves less surface available. Battery life on this keyboard is excellent. I have been using it for a week since the initial charge and it still shows 96% charge!

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very Happy

    • Written by Barry O from Mandurah

    Apple you have done it again, very happy with this keyboard. The compact design is easy to live with and performs as good as any keyboard i have previously owed. Not having to replace expensive batteries is also a bonus, the compact design allows more desk working space. Highly recommend.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy setup experience

    • Written by Julian P from Los Angeles

    I simply plugged this into a MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015) running OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 (15G1212) and it paired instantly.

    People seem to get more and more extreme in their views of Apple products.

    For me, I like the travel of the keys compared with the aforementioned MacBook Pro model, it's less stress on my hands after a full day of typing. I think that the edges of the aluminum could be a little more forgiving, but I rarely pick this up and move it around on the desk for that to be too much of an annoyance. The only wish I have is that it was backlit, I just hate seeing empty F5 and F6 keys on the keyboard.

    2 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Love it but arrow keys is a miss

    • Written by Bill S from Millbrae

    Bought it because I am too used to the key travel of my new MacBook Pro. This keyboard gives me more consistent experience across office and on-the-go setup. The battery last forever and bluetooth connects instantly to my laptop!

    I like it in general. But I think Apple should fix these issues:

    * Keys are slightly smaller than MBP's keyboard
    * Can't distinguish up/down/left/right arrow keys when you touch type

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Really like this wireless keyboard

    • Written by Josh D from Kitchener

    Hi just replaced my 2012 Mac with the new 2017, and thought about getting the full-sized keyboard. I went with the wireless, and it's great. I like the feel of the keys, and do not miss the extra baggage on the right side. As for one item that I am trying to get used to, it's the delete key. I often used the second delete key, but recently found out I can fn+delete and it works fine. Actually one more item that I am trying to work through is the direction arrows for the cursor control. I find these small and it's taking a bit of time to use, but not a big deal.
    I would recommend this keyboard, and feel it's on-par with other Apple peripherals.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome design, steep price

    • Written by Michael N from Calgary

    Awesome design, weight and form factor. Only issue is that this is really expensive.. if you find a good deal on it go for it.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good, but could use some improvement

    • Written by Nick R from Wanniassa

    While there are many improvements over the old Wireless Keyboard, there is a major downside to using this keyboard in Bootcamp.

    Pros:
    1. Built-in rechargeable battery.
    2. Much quicker to recharge than AA batteries.
    3. Long lasting energy efficient battery.
    4. Keys are much easier to press.
    5. Less reaching for other keys.
    6. Instant pairing.
    7. Can be recharged while in use.

    Cons:
    1. The special features shown on function keys as well as the eject button do not seem to work in Windows 7 Bootcamp. I've using an iMac 21.5 mid-2011. My old keyboard works fine in Bootcamp.

    I would've given this product 5 stars, but the special features on function keys and the eject button need fixing in Bootcamp. Apple, could you please release update/s to fix this issue? Everything works fine in Mac OS.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Love it with one exception

    • Written by James S from Westerly

    It's crazy to me that Apple saddles their current laptops with the extremely low-travel and terribly unreliable butterfly keyboard, when they also make the Magic Keyboard, which is so much more reliable and pleasant to type on. I think it's telling that they never made a butterfly version of the Magic Keyboard (thank goodness). Why can't this be the one used in the laptops?

    My only complaint with the Magic Keyboard is that, sadly, it inherited the full-height left and right arrow keys from the butterfly keyboard. I get that this looks nicer, but it also makes it really difficult to find the arrow keys by feel. Even after months using this keyboard, I still have to actually look down at it whenever I need to use the arrows, or I end up misplacing my hand and mistyping. If Apple ever makes a version of this keyboard with half-height left and right arrow keys, I'll sell this one and buy that one!

    0 of 1 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not Terrible... Not Great...

    • Written by Preston W from Harrisburg

    I don't mind the keyboard too much; however, I do work with numbers a lot so it would sure be nice to have a numeric pad on this keyboard. Also, it does take some getting used to if you're used to the traditional Apple Keyboard with Numeric Pad and the previous version of the Magic Keyboard.
    I just wish Apple would update their Keyboard with Numeric Pad as I use the numeric pad more than the qwerty keyboard. Sad.

    3 of 7 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great keyboard with one minor issue

    • Written by Ross W from Toronto

    Wasn't quite sure what to expect about this keyboard that came with my Late 2015 iMac 5K 27" computer (paired with a TrackPad2). Turns out it is a very nice keyboard to type on. Very much like a high quality laptop keyboard. I was previously using a large two year old gaming mechanical keyboard which was also a joy to type on - but curiously the week my iMac arrived the mechanical keyboard failed.

    This keyboard arrived pre-paired with my iMac, but also works fine on other devices. It is very portable so definitely possible to carry with my iPad Air 2 or any other IOS, Windows, etc. tablet. I normally use a Logitech keys-to-go with the iPad but this keyboard is so nice and almost the same size.

    Keyboard is very well built - took minimal time to get used to typing on it. Very similar to a laptop. Works perfectly in Windows 10 under BootCamp on my iMac. It just worked during the install and setup - no Bluetooth pairing/configuration was needed.

    Biggest negative for me is the lack of a numeric keys. I am getting by but I do hope someone releases a matching wireless numeric keypad for when I am working in spreadsheets at home. I also think Apple went a bit too far keeping the size small - an extra top row for function keys would also be nice.

    1 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    This is good

    • Written by sfa F from ADIYAMAN

    This is very useful

    4 of 12 people found this useful