The iPad Pro has managed to be a bit more serious on older laptops with the advent of the Magic Keyboard, a case that incorporates a keyboard similar to what we would find on a MacBook with tracking paper; and the official trackpad supports itself in IPOSOS. These two things are combined, make the device completely new about productivity, especially in those situations where the touchscreen isn't everything we need.
However, the Magic Keyboard not only brings a new "official" way to use the iPad, but it is also a perfect addition for those who want to turn their iPad Pro into a complete drawing machine. As other users interact through social networks, when we use the magic keyboard the keyboard is facing up this gets a perfectly good tendency
This unexpected feature was made possible the robustness provided by the Magic keyboard in the Pro version. Both the device-holding magistrate and the internal processes of the case itself that support it are fully capable of holding the iPad safely. It should also be said of the weight we get and the offense is something to look forward to, but it doesn't hurt that that proves to be more than we originally expected.
Again, a suggestion that seems fun but 100% great. When drawing, keep the Magic keyboard attached, and type everything this way. It looks a bit quiet, but I've never used a focused writing / drawing space. Give it a try. There is no basis. 🤷♂️ pic.twitter.com/TOLXbHKFjX
– Matt Gemmell (@mattgemmell) April 21, 2020
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In any case, it should be remembered that this is not the official "way" to use a magic keyboard. Therefore, it is possible that our device may have unexpected damage when used in this capacity, no matter how strong the receipt. For this reason, it's always worth remembering that, if used in this way, any damage will be your responsibility.