Apple has warned its users that the first generation Magic keyboard The new 12.9-inch may have a problem adjusting properly iPad Pro in a closed state. The tech giant said in a support document that the first generation Magic Keyboard was “working.” new iPad Pro, but it may not fit “exactly when closed”.
The new 12.9-inch iPad Pro The power supply with Apple’s own M1 chips is around 0.5 mm thicker than its predecessor thanks to the new mini LED display. With this thickness of 0.5 mm, the new iPad Pro does not fit perfectly with the first generation Magic Keyboard (A998). If you are planning to purchase some screen protectors, it will further thicken the display and prevent the display from closing perfectly with the Magic Keyboard.
Apple sums up the whole situation: “The first generation of the Magic Keyboard (A1998) is functionally compatible with the new iPad Pro 12.9 inch (5th generation) with Liquid Retina XDR display. Due to the slightly thicker dimensions of this new iPad Pro, it is possible that the Magic Keyboard will not fit exactly when closed, especially if screen protectors are used. ”
Of course there is the new Magic Keyboard. But for those who have already thought of using their first generation Magic Keyboard, Apple warned them with the disclaimer.
The new 12.9-inch iPad Pro has a new Liquid Retina XDR display. There’s an ultra wide front camera that enables Center Stage, a new feature that automatically frames users perfectly for video calls. The ISP and Neural Engine in M1 support the iPad Pro for Smart HDR 3 for the first time.