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

      1389 of 1614 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

      1005 of 1131 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

      752 of 836 people found this useful

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

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      An stylish disign most fitting this 3rd Gen iPad Pro

      This new keyboard is a refreshing fix for some of the flaws of the prior Apple iPad Pro keyboard. I owned both the first and second generations of the iPad Pro This new keyboard is a refreshing fix for some of the flaws of the prior Apple iPad Pro keyboard. I owned both the first and second generations of the iPad Pro 12.9 and although I appreciated the design, and sleekness of the prior keyboard, I encountered connectivity issues which lead to one keyboard replacement on my 1Gen unit, and two replacement on my 2nd Gen unit, i.e., two keyboards and two iPad Pro's as they worked to identify the cause. This new 3rd Gen iPad Pro, and 2nd Gen keyboard are both sleek, well made, and have presented no connectivity issues. I have always enjoyed typing on the keyboard, and like that it allows the iPad to remain thin and sleek. The protection of the full iPad unit is appreciated, and with such a thin presentation, It is in my backpack always, no laptop needed.

      • Written by Cedric J from Phoenix

      5 of 5 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?An stylish disign most fitting this 3rd Gen iPad Pro

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Disappointed

      There are a few key design flaws in the smart folio keyboard. First off, the keyboard only has two angle place settings for the iPad instead of a full range of There are a few key design flaws in the smart folio keyboard. First off, the keyboard only has two angle place settings for the iPad instead of a full range of angles to choose from. This can get very frustrating for flexibility of use. Second, the keys do not light up, making it extremely difficult to type at night or in dark spaces which is very inconvenient for a student. Third, there is no cover for the keyboard keys if you want to fold the keyboard back and just use the iPad but keep the smart folio keyboard on; leaving the buttons flipped on the bottom and touching whatever surface. Pretty disappointed considering how much this keyboard costs. Apple could have done way better for their customers with this product.

      • Written by Madelon M from decatur

      5 of 5 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Disappointed

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Feels cheap and the connection is sketchy

      I had the previous version of this which had many issues to the point Apple extended the repair period for three years. Similar issues remain here and it feels I had the previous version of this which had many issues to the point Apple extended the repair period for three years. Similar issues remain here and it feels even cheaper than the previous version! AVOID! There are better options, including writing by hand onto paper, taking a photo then throwing it in the bin.

      • Written by Rob W from Barnsley

      1 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Feels cheap and the connection is sketchy

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