Deal: Apple Smart Keyboard for iPad Pro is half off on Amazon

Deal: Apple Smart Keyboard for iPad Pro is half off on Amazon
There's no doubt that $150 for a tablet keyboard is a tough pill to swallow even for an Apple product. Of course, there are some cheaper alternatives available on the market, but they can't be compared with Apple's keyboard.

The Apple Smart Keyboard is a great accessory if you're typing a lot on your iPad. Unfortunately, it's quite expensive at $150, so unless you're very rich or absolutely must own one, you'll just have to wait for a sale.

As it happens, Amazon is running a promotion on the Apple Smart Keyboard for 10.5-inch iPad Pro (US English), and the price is absolutely amazing. The US retailer now offers a 50% discount on the keyboard, the lowest price we've been able to track to date.

The keyboard doesn't need batteries or pairing and can be used both as a keyboard or cover when you don't need to type anything on your iPad. Also, since it's very slim, it won't add a lot of bulk and weight to the setup, so it's very easy to carry around together with your 10.5-inch iPad Pro.



1. japkoslav

Posts: 1552; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

Funny how Apple Smart Keyboard ... smart ... keyboard ... has one of the stupidest folding design. Bless the Logitech version and new Apple version.

2. Mike88

Posts: 438; Member since: Mar 05, 2019

I just bought the apple Smart Keyboard folio @ $179 for my iPad Pro 2018 and I must say apple keyboards are far more superior than the cheaper alternatives.. if one can afford an iPad he must be ready to buy the accessories too including Apple Pencil and folio keyboard for a complete package

3. japkoslav

Posts: 1552; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

I bought a case for my iPad Pro and I am using my trusty ol' Logitech K810. Apple OG keyboard is just too garbage to my fingers. Can't wait if they really add mouse support to iOS 13.

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