Smart Keyboard Folio for 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd Generation) - US English

  • RM 869.00
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  • Overview

    The Smart Keyboard Folio for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation) is a full-size keyboard when you need it to be, provides elegant front and back protection when you don’t, and allows for convenient viewing angles. And with no charging or pairing required, just attach the keyboard and start typing.

  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
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    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      What a disappointment!

      I was very excited to see that Apple had redesigned this product. None of my previous 3 Apple iPad Keyboards made it through their first year with disconnection I was very excited to see that Apple had redesigned this product. None of my previous 3 Apple iPad Keyboards made it through their first year with disconnection problems. I opened this one to find the finish felt like a very cheap plastic. There were bubbles all over the finish and it was discolored in several spots. When I called Apple support, they said they couldn't send me a new one until this one was returned to their warehouse. I can't even order a replacement because they are now several weeks out on backorder. I'm not left with no way to protect my even more expensive than the last model iPad Pro. What has happened to you, Apple?

      • Written by David P from Murphy

      1066 of 1235 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?What a disappointment!

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Not worth $200 on any planet. Wait for Logitech or Brydge or other keyboard

      Got it because it's the current Day-1 "only" option. It WILL be going back. It was my fault for not reading that it does not have a backlit keyboard. Which b Got it because it's the current Day-1 "only" option. It WILL be going back. It was my fault for not reading that it does not have a backlit keyboard. Which begs the question. WHAT? WHY? If not, why so expensive? A lesson I already knew. Buy the main Apple products, but get the accessories somewhere else.

      • Written by Cory C from Pleasanton

      712 of 799 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Not worth $200 on any planet. Wait for Logitech or Brydge or other keyboard

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Big design flaw - Why would you leave the keys exposed?

      Got this earlier today. I can’t figure out why they removed the flap that covers the keys up for when the cover is closed. It seems like the keys are going to Got this earlier today. I can’t figure out why they removed the flap that covers the keys up for when the cover is closed. It seems like the keys are going to attract a bunch of dirt and get scratched up when its fully opened and not in “keyboard” mode and the keyboard is just facing down on your work surface. And then when the keys are dirty or are scratched they will scratch up the iPad display when the cover is closed. I think this is a serious design flaw. It does seem more solid and durable than the previous version which I went through a couple of as they seemed to lose their connection to the smart connector on the previous iPad Pro model.

      • Written by Thomas B from Austin

      524 of 582 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Big design flaw - Why would you leave the keys exposed?

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Don’t waste your money on this folio

      I’ve had this since launch and I’m highly disappointed - It offers zero side protection - Mine has a weird defect ,were the material looks like its fadi I’ve had this since launch and I’m highly disappointed - It offers zero side protection - Mine has a weird defect ,were the material looks like its fading away - This Folio can scratch your case if you don’t clean it once a week - The Magnets that hold the iPad in place are not that strong - I’ve had situations were i was adjusting the screens position and the magnet holding the iPad just gave way and almost caused the iPad to free fall to oblivion. -For The price its at right now, its just not worth it -Your only able to adjust your iPad in 2 positions , and each position isnt good for me cause I’m pretty tall and it always involves me moving my iPad further away from me -Functionality isn’t to good to, cant control volume - cant adjust screen brightness - cant pause videos on certain apps(i know this is a developer thing but still could of added like a pause button or something)- I constantly for some reason hit the caps lock key and that get super annoying-etc . In conclusion, don’t waste your money , get a Logitech or any case that offers full screen and body protection cause I guarantee you that your iPad will get damaged eventually. I was lucky enough to get a replacement iPad and keyboard the 1st week after the folio scratched up my screen , but many months later, it is march and the folio finally decided to scratch my screen once again. I also have dents on the corners of my iPad just from leaving my iPad in my book bag, and don’t get me started with the bend gate 2.0 with this iPad . Just do your self a favor and get something else.

      • Written by Michael P from Ridgewood

      Is this review useful?Don’t waste your money on this folio

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Best iPad Pro Keyboard, Why the bad hype??

      So I was so hesitant on buying this keyboard because it had 3 stars on the Apple Website. Let me tell you the decision to buy it was a great decision. Yes the k So I was so hesitant on buying this keyboard because it had 3 stars on the Apple Website. Let me tell you the decision to buy it was a great decision. Yes the keyboard is a little on the expensive side at $200 for the iPad Pro 12.9”, however, that really is the only negative I can think of, and I’m used to Apple products being on the higher end of the pricing spectrum. This keyboard has been phenomenal, I got used to typing on it almost immediately, and I can type as fast on this keyboard as I can on my Mac Book Pro. I love how the almost cloth texture of the keyboard feels. I love how sturdy it is, it magnetically locks the iPad into place in the 2 orientations. It’s easy to use when you’re lounging around on a couch or in bed. Portable enough to travel with me everywhere. It greatly improves multitasking on the iPad Pro because when you’re using multiple apps you don’t have the clunky virtual keyboard taking up 1/2 the screen. This device in combination to the iPad Pro made me ditch my personal computer. For my personal task I just use my iPad Pro now. I still have a work Mac Book Pro, but there is really no way for me to get around that. I highly recommend this product to iPad Pro users who’re looking for a more laptop feel.

      • Written by Mike G from Las Vegas

      4 of 4 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Best iPad Pro Keyboard, Why the bad hype??

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Makes the premium iPad Pro feel cheap

      The Smart Keyboard Folio is the biggest letdown of the Apple accessories for the iPad Pro. The only reason I purchased this was the fact that it uses the smart The Smart Keyboard Folio is the biggest letdown of the Apple accessories for the iPad Pro. The only reason I purchased this was the fact that it uses the smart connector to work passively and it doesn't need to be charged, which to give it credit is a nice feature. At the time of writing there aren't any third party options that are capable of this. I do like how the case attaches magnetically and it feels very sturdy. And the felt lining on the inside of the case provides a nice soft texture for the iPad. Sadly, the main outer plastic material feels very un-Apple like. It easily attracts fingerprints and marks and just doesn't look or feel premium. Considering the iPad itself goes up to almost £2000, this case takes the premium feeling away from the device. Not to mention the case itself is an eye watering £200. The keys themselves provide barely any feedback, and create a 'knocking' sound when pressing (which makes it sound like you're tapping hard plastic), so it's hard to type efficiently on one of these. And when you fold over the keyboard to hold the iPad itself, the keys are facing outward which means you really need to remove the iPad from the case entirely to hold the iPad without the keyboard in the way. I really would have no issues with the £200 price tag if the keyboard felt more premium. And sadly this is the best option out there right now. I hope Apple improves this product along with the next-gen iPad Pro.

      • Written by David M from Aberdare

      Is this review useful?Makes the premium iPad Pro feel cheap

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