IFixit has used X-rays on the new Apple iPad Pro magic keyboard to show us all the hardware components inside.
Since Fixit couldn't release the keyboard as it often does with all other Apple machines and other tech companies, but through x-ray They are able to see all the hardware components used by Apple to improve the trackpad keyboard for the 2020 iPad Pro models and previous generation models.
As they show in their analysis, if you look at the computer parts of the iPad Pro's Magic Keyboard you can clearly see how this is more than just a simple add-on.
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This is inside the new iPad Pro magic keyboard
At first glance, successfully the Magic Pro iPad Pro keyboard looks just like another keyboard. Cover keyboard and trackpad like many others. Until you get the price for it (from 339 euros), which shows that there is a lot more behind those nice rear keys.
After passing through X-rays, from iFixit they realize they've been surprised by many keyboard features. In fact, they make sure there is more inside of this available than inside the keyboard of most laptops. The track track
Among other hardware issues, talk about it too Magic It is available on a keyboard that helps the accessory provide greater stability. Some of the magnets are mounted on top of an iPad Pro camera that looks like this:
From iFixit they confirm that, as soon as possible, they plan to achieve a teardown Magic Keyboard add-on to find out more about the keyboard.