Don't-Miss Keyboard Stories
Let’s face it: Third-party keyboards have left Apple’s iOS keyboard in the dust. Here are our favorite picks.
The Logitech Wireless Touch K400 Plus enables laid-back control of your TV-connected computer. Watch video, browse the web and chat with friends from your couch.
Alternative keyboard for iPhone has a helpful one-handed mode and support for swipe typing.
Saves countless hours typing @ and #, but the actual keyboard itself could use further refinement.
Google's Gboard virtual keyboard for iPhone is designed to make your life easier with native Google search, GIFs, and emoji support.
The Logi Create is a solid laptop-style keyboard, but the iPad Pro isn't a laptop and shouldn't try to be one.
Microsoft’s disappointing iOS keyboard is not as feature-packed as its Android counterpart.
Luckily, the awesome Deluxe Folio and frustrating Bluetooth Keyboard are separate pieces.
iClever's keyboard is inexpensive, lightweight, small, simple to use, and just plain works as intended. If you're looking for a keyboard accessory for your smartphone or tablet, this is one worth considering.
Before RF dongles, before Bluetooth, your keyboard could beam text to your Macintosh Classic with light—just a little slowly.
The Claymore lets you switch the 10-key number pad to the other side.
The first third-party iPad Pro keyboard case compatible with Apple’s new Smart Connector offers all-around protection.
From software quirks to autocorrect woes, the iPad Pro can be tricky to type on whether you're tapping on glass or a real keyboard.
A grab bag of topics includes Magic accessories, iWork updates, and the Apple TV preorder date.
It's a standard Bluetooth keyboard—where's the magic, again?
Apple could launch new accessories alongside the new 4K 21.5-inch iMac model.
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