Two new practical and affordable accessories from Apple (3 photos)

Two new practical and affordable accessories from Apple (3 photos)
After the presentation of the wheels for the Mac Pro system unit (2019) at the price of wheels for an average car, it seemed that Apple was simply not able to produce cheap accessories. However, the developers made fans once again surprised and presented two more accessories not only affordable, but also practical in everyday life. This is the Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro (2020) that turns the tablet into a full-fledged computer with a convenient data entry system and ear pads for the new wireless branded AirPods Pro headphones.

Two new practical and affordable accessories from Apple (3 photos)
Convenient to use and easily integrated with the iPad Pro, the compact Magic Keyboard has a built-in trackpad, full-size backlit keys and a scissor mechanism with a travel amplitude of 1 mm and can be adjusted by tilt up to 130 degrees. Connection to the tablet is carried out using magnetic latches. The developers offer two keyboard options for the iPad Pro with an 11-inch screen, priced at $ 299. For $ 349, it will be possible to purchase a keyboard for the iPad Pro with a diagonal of 12.9 inches.

Two new practical and affordable accessories from Apple (3 photos)
Spare replaceable ear pads for TWS Apple AirPods of any of the three sizes will be available for $ 7.99. In a standard set of headphones, the company supplies all three sizes of small, medium and large ear pads. In the event of loss or wear of the nozzles, the owner will now be able to choose and purchase the most suitable size for the ear pads and order them in the Apple online store.

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Lee Bryan

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My name is Lee Bryan, and I took up programming in seventh grade on my own. At first, I used one or two books as references. Later, the books piled up. I studied computer engineering at Technical University of Berlin. There, I earned my degree. I gained many years of experience as a software developer in Berlin’s startup scene. During this time, I constantly read international reference books to keep up with the latest news and trends.

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