This week's roundup shows off the versatility of your iOS hardware — for use in writing, making music, playing sports, and a whole range of life's activities. Read on.
Despite Apple's limited keyboard API, the team behind Themeboard is dedicated to bringing a customizable keyboard experience to iOS.
Does anyone keep their fingers on the home row anymore?
Some third-party keyboards (ahem, Logitech) don't sport Caps Lock lights or respect OS X's ability to disable the key. Chris Breen offers workarounds.
If you admire the sleek design of Apple's Wireless Keyboard but miss having a dedicated number pad, this is the accessory for you.
Logitech's Keys-to-Go keyboard looks a lot like the Microsoft Surface Touch Cover, but smaller.
Let Apple's keyboard's artificial imagination soar, and you never know what the next verse may be.
Interested in taking a replacement keyboard for a spin? Here's a first look at some popular early options for iOS 8.
The catch? It doesn't feature Cherry MX switches. Also, it's awfully expensive.
SwiftKey Keyboard will look a lot like its Android counterpart, but with a distinctly iOS feel.